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timelytimely Posts: 1,613Registered User Senior Member
edited June 2008 in Texas A&M University
I mentioned on another thread about Impact, the Christian retreat for incoming freshmen at A&M. Here is the website in case you want to know more:

I seem to remember that all incoming freshmen receive invitations to attend.

Though some say that Impact is a "Christian Fish Camp", the Impact staff will take pains to assure you this is not so. At Fish Camp, you learn about things such as study habits, dealing with roommates, diversity, protecting yourself from crime, alcohol, drugs, and sex. You also learn about Aggie traditions.

Impact is a Christian retreat. They talk a lot about the importance of belonging to a Christian community (friends, etc.) and living as a Christian in the college environment. They like to say that fish Camp is about Aggie Spirit and Impact is about the Holy Spirit! :-)
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