Chick-fil-A's Christian ties stir college opposition
Last week, the student senate at Northeastern University, in Boston, voted to end negotiations to bring fast-food chain Chick-fil-A to campus after students protested over the company's affiliation with several Christian organizations the students say have an "anti-gay" agenda.
The Atlanta-based company, dogged for months by accusations of homophobia, insists it is "not anti-anybody" but instead simply wants to "graciously serve great food and have a positive influence on all who come in contact with Chick-fil-A."...
SA, I would respectfully point out that you should link this article to your other thread, The Missing Factor in Higher Education While this school is a private one it is also secular, located in area of high Catholic population, which are usually quite sympathetic to abnormal human relationships such as homo sexuality.
However, my old alma mater UNL has led by negative example for over a half a century or more, and it is a public university, e.g., Perlman throws flag on Ron Brown's Omaha City Council Meeting Mr. Brown is the token highly visible Christian at UNL, and got chastised for speaking out against homosexuality.
UNL has long been the nest of white street gangs on campus, known as Greek Letter Societies, and the only leadership the UNL leadership has presented through the decades is by negative example. While reverse psychology rarely works, except by the grace of God, such as people as myself, and helped me become a Christian by the obnoxious example of many Catholics and atheists while I was attending there, that's not how a University is to b