StudentSoul.org aims to be a place where readers and writers come together for conversation about lively faith, real relationships, and life on a college campus.
In fact, we’ve built the site so that readers become writers! At every turn, readers have the chance to participate in creating content at StudentSoul.org — from making comments on Spotlight features or suggesting questions for our next InterView to posing a Good Question or uploading your own resources.
InterVarsity has local groups on hundreds of college campuses around the U.S., with countless student leaders and dedicated staff who are learning how to love God with all their heart, soul, mind, and strength. (If you’ve got a chapter on your campus, get involved! If you don’t have one, you can start one.) For StudentSoul.org, we’re out to dig up the best stories, ideas, insights, and resources from all over the country for living a life of meaningful faith. We want to think through faith and live it out.
We hope the results are cool, smart, encouraging, challenging, and eye-opening.
StudentSoul.org is a new departure for InterVarsity. We hope you like it. Help us make it great!
Our current publication schedule includes weekly articles and stories that fall into several genres:
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Note on YouTube and other videos linked to: Not all videos linked to on this site are created by or hosted (stored or served) by InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA®. InterVarsity is not responsible for the content of such videos, and any copyrighted content in such videos is the property of the copyright holder.
By the way, we strongly recommend that you use Firefox or another standards-compliant browser, instead of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer. (Nothing against Redmond, it’s just that IE plays by its own arbitrary rules. We think browsers should get along.) You’ll have a better viewing experience here at StudentSoul.org, and that’s important to us.