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“While some InterVarsity Christian Fellowship chapters on college campuses are facing challenges brought on by the schools’ administrations, all’s well thus far for the Minnesota State University chapter. Jay Rudolph discusses that matter and tells us about the activities through this InterVarsity chapter on the Thursday and Friday news features. For more information visit www.mankatoiv.com

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