Freethought Today · Vol. 27 No. 10 December 2010

Published by the Freedom From Religion Foundation, Inc.

Good news for freethought

DePaul University in Chicago, the largest U.S. Catholic college (25,000 students), now boasts a student freethought club, the DePaul Alliance for Free Thought, humorously known as DAFT (because who would be “daft” enough to start a club for atheists and agnostics at a Catholic college?). FFRF Co-Presidents Dan Barker and Annie Laurie Gaylor had the great pleasure of addressing the club on Nov. 18. The pair spoke in a room graced by photos of the university’s presidents, all men in black collars. Pictured (front) Brianna Montague (community service co-chair), and Dan Barker. (Back from left): Olivia Morris (treasurer), Scott Domek (community service co-chair), Brandi Stepp (president), Andrew Tripp (co-vice president), Annie Laurie Gaylor, Dominic Morimoto (co-vice president) and Danielle Wordelman (secretary).

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