A CONTROVERSIAL anti-abortion movement has notched up its third campus less than six months after it began at the University of Sydney.
LifeChoice Macquarie, which shares the same name and branding as clubs at Sydney and the University of NSW, was endorsed by its student union this month.
Affiliation with the Macquarie University Student Representative Association means the club could receive up to $6000 in student union funding each year. Rebecca Elias, the head of the original LifeChoice group, which was launched at Sydney in June, says the movement has grown beyond expectations.
“We certainly weren’t expecting to have three LifeChoices by the end of the year. I thought people were interested in the topic, but we couldn’t have predicted that other unis would come and join the fun,” Ms Elias said.