Christian Group Fights Ouster at Tufts Over Gay Student Flap

April 20, 2000

The Washington Times

A Christian student group at Tufts University has been banned from using campus facilities and stripped of university funding after it refused to consider a lesbian member for a senior leadership position.

The Tufts Community Union Judiciary, an elected student group that decides student grievances at the private Medford, Mass., school, voted in an emergency meeting last week to "de-recognize" the Tufts Christian Fellowship for violating the school's policy against discrimination in student organizations...

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