In a policy shift, Tufts University will allow student faith groups to maintain religious requirements for their leaders, overturning a ruling that an evangelical Christian group had violated the college’s nondiscrimination policy. Last month, an arm of the student government voted to withdraw recognition of the Tufts Christian Fellowship because it required its leaders to celebrate “the basic biblical truths of Christianity.” That violated school policies against religious discrimination, the group held.
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