At our April meeting, TCU student Alexis Lohse will speak to us about her experiences founding TCU's newly formed, already controversial, FIRST EVER atheist/agnostic/secular student group, the Freethinking Frogs. Since TCU has traditionally been one of the most conservative campuses in the nation, Alexis's work is truly groundbreaking. Baylor denied approval of a similar group on their campus some time ago, forcing the Baylor students to meet off-campus (so much for free speech and freedom of association at Baylor). As of this writing, between 15 to 20 students have signed up. Alexis has submitted all the paperwork to make the Freethinking Frogs an official campus student group, and she is awaiting approval from the administration. Alexis will bring us up to date on the latest news. We need to support Alexis and the Freethinking Frogs. Hope to see you there.
Note to potential visitors: please disregard the RSVP number you see to the right. Aside from the two organizers, our regular members rarely ever RSVP for our meetings. Typically, 20 to 35 members show up at the meetings.