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Posted on February 15 at 11:59 a.m.
Thanks for writing this article, but what about Wyldife in our local junior high? How can atheist parents compete with Christian parents who organize super-fun activities for teens in order to proselytize? There is a tremendous amount of peer pressure for kids to attend these activities. Check out their website (http://sites.younglife.org/sites/LaCo...). I was volunteering at school a few months ago and heard a parent talking it up with kids. Here's what the website tells kids it's about: "Young Life gives you plenty of opportunities to have an amazing time with your friends at club, Campaigners and camp. You will also get to know some pretty cool adults who care about you. With Young Life leaders, you and your friends can enjoy being teenagers and experience what life is all about." But it's really about their God mission: http://sites.younglife.org/sites/LaCo.... This doesn't belong in our schools.
On After-School Gospel
Posted on February 27 at 12:41 p.m.
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On Who Are You Calling Gifted?
Posted on June 8 at 8:32 p.m.
The ban on alcohol on the beaches must not be enforced. My family and I walked from the end of Del Playa east to the campus lagoon early last Saturday morning and the Sunday morning before, and ended up picking up countless red cups, cigarette butts and other trash below the bluffs. We didn't even bother with the many glass bottles. It was pretty disgusting; we couldn't bear to leave it on the beach.
On UCSB Student Dies After Fall From Cliff