Scranton Students Participate in March for Life

02/11/10

Scranton Students Participate in March for Life

     Several members of The University of Scranton’s Students for Life Club gathered in front of the U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C., at the culmination of the March for Life held in January. Over 30 University of Scranton students were part of the crowd of 400,000 people in attendance at the 37th annual rally. Prior to the march, Scranton students joined with other Jesuit high schools, colleges and universities from around the nation at St. Aloysius Church, Washington D.C., in an effort to raise awareness for their common cause, “life from the womb to the tomb.” Among the students participating are, from left to right, Juli Kinsey, Dayton, N.J.;  Beth Kotz, Harrisburg, Pa.; Bryan Heinlein, Webster, N.Y.; Charlotte Brown, Nazareth, Pa.; Fred Fuchs, Whitehouse Station, N.J.; Matthew Sebor, Warren, N.J.; Doug Jones, West Wyoming, Pa. and Theresa Hanntz, Middlesex, N.J. 

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