NOTE: The article excerpted on this page is from an outside publication and is posted on FIRE's website because it references FIRE's work. The viewpoints expressed in this article do not necessarily represent FIRE's positions.

Sorority plans

November 17, 2013

In the months since Dixie State University denied student Indigo Klabanoff's request to start a sorority on campus, both parties have stood their ground.

DSU officials maintain they don't want to perpetuate a "party school" image by approving a sorority and that other endeavors are a higher priority at the moment. Klabanoff says that DSU "can't just pick and choose what club names they like and don't like because it's freedom of expression, and it's a constitutional right...

Schools: Dixie State University Cases: Dixie State University: School Rejects Student Group Because Its Name Includes Greek Letters