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No Greek Letters Allowed on One Public Campus

October 30, 2013

by Greg Lukianoff at The Huffington Post

A student group at a public university in Utah has been told that it may not use Greek letters in its name. Why? Because the university believes that Greek letters will give the public the impression that it is a "party school" and, according to a lawyer for the university, the school has a "compelling interest" in avoiding that perception...

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