Student Religious Liberals: The Answer to Yesterday’s Quiz

Philocrites had the right answer: there used to be a UUA program for college-age young adults–it was called Student Religious Liberals.

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2 responses to “Student Religious Liberals: The Answer to Yesterday’s Quiz

  1. alex

    Grosse Pointe (MI) Unitarian Church has a metal screen in the chancel with a variety of religious symbols on it. Included is one looking reminescent of the insignia of the Klingon Empire that is labeled as the Student Religious Liberals. But no one knew who they were.

  2. warren

    I was an active member of SRL at Oberlin College in the late 1960s–even presided at least one year of the four. We met infrequently, and it was smaller and not as socially energizing as my home LRY in the Jacksonville, Florida, Unitarian, later UU, Church. I did not make it to any of the national SRL gatherings–in the pre-Internet/e-mail era, before cell phones, communication with students at other colleges was not as easy to arrange, or maintain.

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