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This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at WMU chapter.


Have you ever received a love letter?


During a time when Hannah Brencher was struggling to pay off student loans, and was unsure of her place in this world. She began writing love letters to leave all over New York City. Hannah went on to create a blog, there she made a promise to send a lover letter to anyone who emailed her an address, according to More Love Letters.


This simple idea has expanded, now More Love Letters is bigger than ever! More Love Letters has a couple of ways you can get involved right now! You can be a letter writer. If you check out their website here: http://www.moreloveletters.com/ you can learn about current love letter requests. Love letter requests are written by people who believe that a love one could really need some love letters. The love letter receivers may be going through a hard time. You can also leave a love letter. It’s pretty simple, you create a love letter, and you leave it for some anonymous person. You can leave it at a table in the library, taped on a random person’s dorm door; you can leave it any where! Lastly, you can become a letter leader, this where you start either Campus Cursive or Kids Cursive.


Campus Cursive is a club that students can start at their colleges. Students work to spread love letters all over campus. More Love Letters recommends students spread awareness about their organization to get other students involved. Campus Cursive recommends holding a letter writing a party, and participating in the 12 Days of Love Letter Writing.


More Love Letters also has a program called Kids Cursive. Kids’ Cursive is a organization that brings younger kids together to write cards for Children for Hospitalized Kids, according to More Love Letters.


Do you know someone that could really use some love letters? You can submit that person to receive them here: http://www.moreloveletters.com/requestaletter/


More Love Letters has been featured on Oprah, Glamour, BBC World News, TED, The Guardian, The Chicago Tribune, and Cosmopolitan.


This amazing idea has started an incredibly movement, that relies on you! Get involved today!

I am a sophmore at Western Michigan University. I'm double majoring in political science and enviromental studies, and double minoring in gender and women's studies and journalism.I love's reading the newspaper, I'm a self-proclaimed news junkie. I also love volunteering, spending time with my friends. In my rare free time I love to watch movies and televison shows a season at a time. I comedies, espically British comedies, the dryer the better! I also love spending time out side, whether it's camping, hiking, or just enjoying our world's natural beauty.My future plans include saving the earth from climate change and ensuring women's equality, well those are my long time goals anyway. After college I plan to work as a legislative aid or a political reporter. I currently serve as Her Campus WMU's senator in the Western Student Association. I also work as a reporter at my home town newspaper, The South County News.To my friends I'm known as the poltical coffee addicted shoeaholic feminist, but you can call me Morgan. Follow me on Twitter: @macfarlane_mOr email me: morgan.k.macfarlane@wmich.edu 
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