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SSM has meetings every other Tuesday in 220 Culler Hall.

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The Secular Student Alliance
An educational non-profit designed to educate high school and college students around the country about the value of reason and the intellectual basis of secularism in its atheistic and humanistic manifestations. SSM is affliated with this group.

The Richard Dawkins Foundation
A non-profit organization created by Richard Dawkins in 2006 to fund scientific research into the psychology of belief and religion, to finance scientific education programs, and to advocate for and support secular charitable organizations.

Talk.Origins Archive
A website that presents mainstream science perspectives on the antievolution claims of young-earth, old-earth, and "intelligent design" creationists. With sections on evolution, creationism, and hominid evolution, the web site provides broad coverage of evolutionary biology and the socio-political antievolution movement.

The Skeptic's Dictionary
The Skeptic's Dictionary features definitions, arguments, and essays on occult topics ranging from acupuncture to zombies, and provides a lively, common-sense trove of detailed information on things supernatural, paranormal, or pseudoscientific.

James Randi Educational Foundation
The JREF's mission includes educating the public and the media on the dangers of accepting unproven claims, and to support research into paranormal claims in controlled scientific experimental conditions. The organization offers a prize of one million U.S. dollars which it claims it will pay out to anyone who can demonstrate a supernatural or paranormal ability under agreed-upon scientific testing criteria.

Humanism and Its Aspirations
The most recent edition of the "Humanist Manifestos" published by the American Humanist Association (AHA). Notable signatories include: Richard Dawkins, James Randi, Eugenie Scott, Michael Shermer, Oliver Stone, Kurt Vonnegut, and 21 Nobel laureates.