The folks at the Humanist Community at Rutgers have started a project involving all six of the current Humanist chaplaincies (including those at Yale, American, Harvard, Columbia, and Stanford) — it’s a multi-university journal/blog called Applied Sentience:
What we care about at Applied Sentience is that a piece adds to the story of being human and the challenge of figuring out how to navigate the world we find ourselves in. To this end, our goal is to develop and spread the ideas of up and coming thinkers, the musings of the next generation.
They’re looking for staff writers from those six schools right now, in addition to contributions from anyone, in case you’re interested. All pieces will be edited by a roster of atheist writers including Chris Stedman, Faisal Al Mutar, Esther Boyd, James Croft, Vanessa Gomez Brake, Jonathan Figdor, and Paul Chiariello.
All the guidelines are right here.