A growing campus creates a need for more diverse programs like the ones that fall under the Because it Matters initiative.“There is an increase of interracial relationships on Liberty’s campus,” Ancheril said.Allen Ancheril, associate director of campus relations at the Center4ME, has attended conferences where Tanabe was a featured speaker and believed his information aligned perfectly with their initiative. This decision disposed of all laws prohibiting interracial marriages.“The Because it Matters campaign is working to promote cultural harmony and foster a cohesive campus community through programming focused on racial wellness,” Ancheril said. He wanted to help educate others about this important case and celebrate the multicultural community.
He graduated from Brookville High School in Lynchburg, and from the then-unaccredited Baptist Bible College in Springfield, Missouri in 1956.“However, the site is monitored so if a student puts relationship goals that are not biblical they will be contacted by a campus pastor within a few days.” Doe said students are able to contact each other through the site.If a student is contacted, they can either respond with “I would love to meet you,” “Can we hang out in a group first?During Convocation Friday, April 1, Senior Vice President for Spiritual Development David Nasser announced a new program available just for Liberty students.“We know its spring time and a lot of you still haven’t found ‘the one,’” Nasser said.“Loving Day” was created by Tanabe when he discovered the U. “All of Center4ME’s programming focuses on being intentional about one’s personal efforts to explore, appreciate and understand the complex difference of others,” Ancheril said.