Molly Hulsey

Molly is a WORLD intern.

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The Hope 95: Examples of what Christians do

Effective Compassion | A directory of 11 years’ worth of finalists for WORLD’s Hope Award for Effective Compassion
by Marvin Olasky & Molly Hulsey
Posted 8/20/16, 02:35 pm

WORLD has reported on Christian poverty-fighting groups since the magazine began in 1986, but our coverage increased when the effective compassion movement began in 1995 and increased once more in 2006 when we began presenting the Hope Award for Effective Compassion. Our goal is to honor a few of the self-sacrificing Christian helpers in neighborhoods throughout the United States and to profile groups that have built replicable programs—we hope others will go and do likewise.

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Christian club wins free speech fight at N.C. State

Free Speech | University agrees to change policy requiring permits to talk about faith
by Molly Hulsey
Posted 8/11/16, 03:38 pm

In 2015, North Carolina State University reintroduced the renovated Talley Student Union as a place to share ideas and advocate for campus clubs. But administrators welcomed some beliefs more than others, according to campus ministry Grace Christian Life. The group sued, and finally convinced the school to alter its free speech policy last month.

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child sparks fan frenzy

Books | Bookstores plan midnight release parties tonight for the published script
by Molly Hulsey
Posted 7/30/16, 11:24 am

As children begrudgingly prepare for the upcoming school year, they are not alone: Albus Severus Potter, son of J.K. Rowling’s wizard prodigy, Harry Potter, is also starting his first year of studies in the long-awaited two-part play and script, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. The stage drama premieres Saturday in London, followed by a midnight release of the published script at bookstores.

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