The Secular Student Alliance, a growing network of agnostics and atheists on college campuses, now has chapters on some religious campuses, including California Lutheran University. The members of the Cal Lutheran chapter have deliberately avoided being confrontational with the religious ethos of the campus. They've studied other religions and visited worship services. On the whole, the secular group has been well received. The chapter president is also the student body president. The presence of this group on campus has spawned another group—a club for Christian students with a conservative bent (Chronicle of Higher Education, February 27).