This story at the Chronicle (this link is a 5 day free link) outlines the debate going on at several schools over whether or not evangelical Christian organizations are allowed to discriminate (i.e., not allow to join their group) people who do not hold their beliefs, viz., are gay or hold what the group views as heterodox beliefs. One snippet:
Meanwhile, the two sides continue battling. Proponents of nondiscrimination policies, including college administrators and gay-rights advocates, say Christian student groups that flout the rules should forfeit the subsidies that officially recognized groups receive.
However, the groups and their supporters say there is a higher principle at stake. Requiring a Christian-student association to admit non-Christians or gay people, "would be like requiring a vegetarian group to admit meat eaters," asserts Jordan Lorence, a senior lawyer at the Alliance Defense Fund, which is based in Scottsdale, Ariz. "It would be like forcing the College Democrats to accept Republicans."
I know that at least one regular reader of this blog has dealt with this on Tulane's campus. What do Tulanians think about this issue?