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Tufts University Suspends InterVarsity Chapter for Requiring Christian Leaders

(Updated) Meanwhile, Utah's Snow College says lawsuit by Christian club is "misunderstanding."

Update (April 18): The Salt Lake Tribune reports that Snow College has settled its lawsuit with Solid Rock Christian Club, which sued the school last winter claiming "that the school's policy unconstitutionally treated student groups affiliated with religious institutions differently than other student groups."

As part of the settlement, the school revised its tiered club status system that denied certain privileges to some groups based on tier status.


Update (Feb. 21): Following conflicts over the club status of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship on university campuses, the Virginia state legislature approved a bill that would protect religious and political student organizations from discrimination by school officials.

The bill also states:

A religious or political student organization may determine that ordering the organization's internal affairs, selecting the organization's leaders and members, defining the organization's doctrines, and resolving the organization's disputes are in ...
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