Marian University Students and Faculty Participate in March for Life

by John Armitage | Nov 27, 2012
Fifty pro-life students march in Washington, D.C. to advocate for the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
Fifty Marian University students traveled to Washington, D.C.  to participate in the annual March for Life protest on January 23, 2012. Nearly 200,000 pro-life participants converged on the U.S. Supreme Court his year to ask that it overturn the controversial abortion legislation known as Roe v. Wade. The students were accompanied by theology professor Dr. Mark Reasoner and staff member Jeanne Hidalgo, the campus minister for service and social justice. Participating in the march were:Hilary Abbott, Jessica Armacost, Delaney Arnoldy, Anna Bedel, Lydia Bell, Margaret Blandford, Allison Boike, Karyn Buckel, Catherine Copeland, Ryan Day, Sylvia Denice, Joann Derbiszewski, Philip Frederick, Mary Ganser, Rachel Garzon, Craig Gehlhausen, Noelia Gonzalez, Kathleen Groves, Carrie Hanlon, Kelly Hoehn, Mary Kate Hosty, Kristin Keers, Jacob Kraft, Kaitlin Krudop, Lara Kuczmanski, Chelsea Leeuw, Mary Lutz, Kelsea Manion, Autumn Matson, Joshua Matthews, Briana McCaslin, Jalee Miller, Christina Molinari, Hanna Muhlenkamp, Lauren Palmer, Paige Prather, Alexandria Schmieman, Maria Schmitt, Rebecca Schmitt, Amy Seger, Lauren Smith, Nicholas Soellner, Rose Soto, Thomas Sublett, Emily Tomlinson, Colleen Valerio, Sabrina Valli, Justin Wedgewood, Melinda Weiss, and Jessica Williams.

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