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I am an atheist too. I did not feel any religious pressure while I was there. They don't try and get you to read the bible with them after class or anything. They don't try to convert you. There are just more Christian services offered, like the candle light vigil and caroling and christmas dinner. One girl did not know what a menorah was.... I am not joking. One group in my sociology class did a project on how Santa is the anti-Christ. Once again, I am not joking.
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are the LBGT students more liberal and "fun"?
Yes, the LBGT students are more liberal. Many are involved with different groups (for example: the LBGT club and WomenSpeak). They are fun to be with.
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The racial makeup of the campus is predominantly white, but the school does offer many diversity programs. There are groups such as the Diversity Council, the Black Student Union, the Asian Student Coalition, and the Gay Student Alliance. But sometimes it seems that these groups hinder diversity as much as they promote it. It must be very intimidating for a minority student to be faced with an environment that is overwhelmingly white, but it seems that most minority students are members of the Diversity Council and other diversity programs, but not many are in other organizations, particularly Greek life. In terms of religious diversity, there are many different religions celebrated on campus. Although the campus is affiliated with the Lutheran church, the religion does not dominate the campus. There is a Catholic church within walking distance, and there are varied religious groups on campus.
Diversity is both accepted and promoted on campus, and students are encouraged to celebrate what makes them different. However, it is rare that the campus has programs promoting ways for students to embrace similarities and accept that everyone is tied to one another despite how different their lives may seem.
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