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On US campuses, religious students' ties cross faith lines

Devotion provides common ground in secular setting

By G. Jeffrey MacDonald
Globe Correspondent / September 11, 2005

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Their ancestors once killed one another, and in certain hotspots, some of their distant kin still do. But on American college campuses, traditionally devout students are forging close ties across religious lines that once seemed impenetrable. (Full article: 1188 words)

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