A college has forced a Christian student group to meet off campus in the name of non-discrimination, because they require their leaders to be Christian. Pick a side.
Some group discriminates by requiring leaders to be of one kind, a school wants no part of it but won't stop it, and it's the schools fault?
Replace "Christian" with "white" then how do you feel?
Similar thing has been going in at Vanderbilt here.
It's a Florida college.
At first glance it sounds as if the university is being really stupid. Is this strictly a general question, or is it about the Asian InterVarsity Christian Fellowship chapter at the University of Michigan? Because if it is about U of M, I have a couple other thoughts.
What are your thoughts on U of M, though? This sounds like a very similar case.
I'm REALLY regretting not getting back to this yesterday - I got caught up in too many other things. There's more I need to know & understand before I could continue here, or in the new public poll.
And yet, look, I did it anyway... Well, I checked a few facts first, but haven't learned as much as I'd like.
As long as it's not faculty led, I don't see the problem.