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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Chick-fil-a saga returns: College to hold vote to ban the restaurant from campus

College to hold vote to ban Chick-fil-a

The Huffingtonpost, while the Chick-fil-a controversy was in full bloom, reported that Davidson College in North Carolina was the first in the country to ban the restaurant. That wasn't quite true.

The school, from which I graduated in 1995 and now serve as a vice president on the Alumni Association Board of Directors, didn't make an official move about Chick-fil-a. A student-run organization had initially stopped handing out free Chick-fil-a items at some events. After the full student body returned to campus, they made that move more permanent. There is no Chick-fil-a presence on the small campus and never has been.


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