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Students at Van Buren High School form a secular student group

Posted By on Mon, Oct 20, 2014 at 5:41 PM

The City Wire's Ryan Saylor writes in detail about the formation of a Secular Students Alliance at Van Buren High School to talk about religious diversity among other issues.

Yes, not all are pleased, but school officials says it's a qualified organization and can meet as other groups can.

Don't anybody tell Rapert about this.

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