A Texas Christian University group reaches out to atheists and non-believers.
"Free Thinking Frogs" seeks to speak for students who don't have a religious affiliation. Alexis Lohse, the group's leader, says dozens have showed interest in the group.
"There's a lot of students at this college who are growing up without any religious affiliation," Lohse said. "People who apply different labels to themselves, you know, atheists, agnostic, a free thinker, a skeptics."
Students around campus have mixed reactions to the group. Some say they don't oppose the group, but couldn't identify with it personally. Others say non-believers are more common than one might think.
"I know it's technically called Texas Christian University, there's a lot of running jokes that its "technically" Christian university," Bojan Gutic, TCU student, said. "There's a lot of us, people just don't often talk about it."
The group is awaiting the university's approval to become an official organization. That approval could come as early as next week.
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