Interesting article at Inside Higher Education. A group of non-religious students at Tufts want an institutionally appointed spiritual guide, just like the Christians, Jews and Muslims have. Is this the next wave of campus clergy? This question presented is one that secondary private schools have been doing for a while. I do like that we here at HC have “two” campus chaplains; we have students with an array of spiritual needs beyond that of scriptural study. I have developed a great relationship with a number of students; I have coffee with them; we attend shows and productions together, and meet to discuss political and social topics over dinner at times; however, it is very difficult with the demands of my schedule to fully have a job on campus devoted to talking about events in their life. I am just happy to stay afloat of my courses.