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The University of Delaware Faculty Senate approved a new educational program for campus residence halls today.
The 45-7 vote in favor of endorsing the new, multi-pronged proposal came after months of work and debate sparked by criticism that the former program was forced on students and stifled their rights to free speech.
Debate by the Senate stretched over several hours and two meetings. Students for and against the program were present at both gatherings, the first of which was last Monday. They carried signs and handouts for faculty members who had a say in the outcome... Download file "New UD residence life program passes Faculty Senate"
Schools: University of Delaware