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Campus Bible Fellowship (CBF) on Wright State University's campus recently received renewed recognition as a registered student organization following an apparent conflict with university officials during the annual renewal process.
According to a press release issued earlier this month by national advocacy group the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), Wright State University banned CBF from meeting on campus because of the group's requirement that voting members be Christian and its refusal to accept the university's ‘nondiscrimination' language that would eliminate faith-based standards for its voting members. In response, the Campus Bible Fellowship turned to FIRE for help, according to the release... Download file "5"