Faith-based student group, InterVarsity waiting federal court ruling to determine if it has legal right to decide who leads Michigan chapter [#InterVarsity #WayneStateUniversity #ChristianNewsAndViews]
A faith-based student group is awaiting a federal court ruling that will determine if it has the legal right to decide who leads its Michigan chapter.
InterVarsity sued Wayne State University last year after the school revoked its status as a recognized student group in 2017, citing the “discriminatory” policy that InterVarsity chooses its student leaders who adhere to biblical beliefs.
Becket sued on behalf of InterVarsity in March of 2018, pointing out that other groups enjoy the same right, and the university backtracked, but the lawsuit is asking the Eastern District court to make the allowance permanent.
Christian group asking court for permanent right to be Christian: