Harvard University to Keep COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Students

Harvard University is keeping its requirement for students to have received the COVID-19 vaccination.

Iowa Caucus Sets $120 Million Record in Ad Spending

Political action committees (PAC) and Republican candidates spent a record breaking $120 million in advertising in Iowa ahead of Monday's caucus.

Several Districts in Pennsylvania Experience Voting Machine Issues Due to ‘Votes Getting Flipped’

Lehigh Valley News reported several voting machines in multiple districts across Northampton County, Pennsylvania were down due to “votes getting flipped and not recording properly.”

College Admissions Counselors Use Pronouns to Give Preferential Treatment to Left-Leaning Students

A study from I. Maupin and Bryan C. McCannon of West Virginia University found that college admissions counselors discriminate against students based on their gender identity.

4,000+ Churches Leave Pro-LGBTQ+ ‘United Methodist Church’ Denomination

More than 4,000 congregations have left the United Methodist Church (UMC) this year over its support for LGBTQ+ ideology.

Students Sue Professor After Being Forced to Donate to Planned Parenthood

One student's faith propelled him to take action and "expose the bad things that happen and not just sit back."

Christian College President Says School Isn’t Hiring People Who Endorse Critical Race Theory

Southern Wesleyan University President Bill Barker says that the college will not be hiring staffers who support critical race theory.

‘Revival Is in the Air’: New Reports of Spiritual Awakening as Huge Event Slated for April

The outpouring that began with the Asbury Awakening is reaching more young people as it marches on to both Christian and secular university campuses, churches, and youth events literally from one end of the country to another.

Former Mets Pitching Prospect Matt Pobereyko Dies Suddenly of Heart Attack at 31

Minor League baseball player and one-time Mets pitching prospect Matt Pobereyko died suddenly of a heart attack on Friday.

Viral Kentucky Prayer ‘Revival’ Begins Second Week

A routine prayer service at a small Christian college in Kentucky has blossomed into a nonstop revival, garnering millions of viewers on social media as it begins its second week.

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