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Organization fights University’s policy

May 26, 2004

By Brent Forgues at The Purdue Exponent

The women's Christian cooperative house at Purdue has been exempted from following the University's non-discrimination policy.

Kori Hurley, president of the board of directors of Stewart cooperative housing, said Purdue informed Stewart on Oct. 20 that they must add President Martin Jischke’s new non-discrimination clause, which prohibited discrimination on matters of faith and sexual orientation, by Nov. 21... Download file "Organization fights University's policy"

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