You can see where this is going a mile away:

The University of Michigan is accused of kicking an InterVarsity Christian Fellowship chapter off campus because the group requires its leaders to be Christians — an apparent violation of the university’s nondiscrimination policy.

The nerve! Don’t they know about diversity?

In other news, the Pope is still Catholic, and I’m sure you can find someone in Ann Arbor who’s annoyed about that.

(Via Dyspeptic Mutterings.)


  1. Tatyana »

    4 February 2013 · 5:23 pm

    Yep, that’s the last problem they have in MI – otherwise everything’s hunky-dory

  2. Teresa »

    4 February 2013 · 10:25 pm

    I think a protest is in order! There should be an atheist as Pope at some point in time… how terrible of these Christians!


  3. fillyjonk »

    5 February 2013 · 8:46 am

    Hm. I will have to remember that story the next time I need a new and creative way of saying “No” when my undergraduate alma mater (which is, I do believe, richer than God) calls me up and asks me to donate to them.

  4. Kirk »

    5 February 2013 · 8:59 am

    This is a sad and quite ironic development, when one considers the key role of various Christian denominations in the establishment of many institutions of higher learning. The rampage of political correctness in American universities is rapidly destroying the very conditions that make learning possible.

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