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Vanderbilt University’s Non-Discrimination Policy Causes Catholic Student Group To Leave Campus

By April 2, 2012

by Tyler Kingkade

The Huffington Post

 

Vanderbilt University's Catholic student group is disaffiliating with the school due to a clash with the college's non-discrimination policy.

Vandy Catholic, a group with 500 members, disagrees that they must permit non-Catholic students to serve in leadership positions. While Vandy Catholic isn't forced to give non-Catholic students leadership positions within the group, they aren't permitted to disqualify somebody because of their differing beliefs either...

Schools: Vanderbilt University