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University reverses policy on faith groups

May 13, 2005

Nassau Hall has reversed its policy on the recognition of religious student groups after being contacted by an outside civil liberties organization that protested the treatment of one such group as an "ongoing injustice."

Under the new policy, religious student groups with ties to faith organizations without established "campus ministries" will be considered for official student group status using the same criteria as other groups. Previously, such student groups were denied recognition...

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