Seeking a Secular Life

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Janeen Fagbemi

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The Secular Student Alliance is at the Rotunda today. The organizations is, “a group that is about the separation of church and state,” Drew Puruis, graduate music tech major and secretary, said.

The topics surrounding the organization are prominent in today’s current issues, such as religious beliefs being taught in schools. The third week in April they are planning to have “Ask an Atheist Day.” This event is to explain to others why members made the decision to become atheists.

The organization meets every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Russell Union room 2044.

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