I just have to share great news when I read it, and this recent article concerning this relatively new student organization's progress brightened my day. I hope it does the same for you guys.
"Nothing demonstrates this point more clearly than the rapid growth of the Secular Student Alliance, the umbrella group for organized atheism and humanism on college campuses (and now high schools as well). SSA chapters have grown from less than 50 in 2007 to over 250 today, and there is no sign of slowing down."
-"What's the difference about today's student Atheists?," by David Niose