administrators are writing down a nondiscrimination policy they claim
has been in place for decades, the newest chapter in a monthslong debate
that has pitted them against some student religious organizations.
of the Christian Legal Society, the Graduate Christian Fellowship, the
Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Beta Upsilon Chi say they accept
any student as a member, but they want a religious exemption
so they can require their leaders to hold specific beliefs.
Vanderbilt’s policy dictates that anyone who wants to join in any
capacity should be welcome.
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