(RNS) — A judge is holding three officials at the University of Iowa personally accountable to pay back InterVarsity's legal fees after the organization won its case against the campus for removing the group due to a requirement that its leaders be Christian.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (RNS) — Twenty-four Christian study centers at some of the nation's most competitive universities want to cast off the perception that evangelicals are anti-intellectual or anti-science.
(RNS) The publishing house will exhibit this year, but there still is the question of whether InterVarsity Press will be allowed to exhibit at the 2017 conference.
What is to be the reaction of those who are not hostile to evangelicalism and who have had positive experiences with -- and, frequently, high regard for -- IVCF? Two words: sadness and regret.
(RNS) During my tenure on staff with InterVarsity, I came to a critical juncture where I recognized that I, as a gay Christian, had nothing legitimate to offer LGBT students on campus.
(RNS) While same-sex marriage has been legal in the United States for more than a year, the organization holds an orthodox theological position on sexuality that views marriage as a union of one man and one woman.
(RNS) Tom Lin, 43, a Chicago native, Harvard grad, one-time missionary to Mongolia, was recently named the first non-white president of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship.
(RNS) The #BlackLivesMatter activist says: "I do not believe the work of Dr. King is done."
(RNS) During the 1950s and '60s, evangelicals stayed clear of joining the civil rights movement. That's why InterVarsity's move to embrace #BlackLives Matter may be a watershed moment.
(RNS) Sounds logical, right? But the massive California State University system and some other colleges now require that school club leadership spots be open to all.
(RNS) InterVarsity has been challenged on more than 40 college campuses, but California State University, with 23 campuses, is the biggest -- so far.
(RNS) Alyce Conlon was placed on paid leave early in 2011 after informing supervisors that she and her husband were considering separation or divorce.
(RNS) A professor who was fired in July by the Interdenominational Theological Center says the Atlanta consortium of black seminaries discriminated against his conservative Christian views. By Adelle M. Banks.