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The Discrimination of Kappa Sigma

April 28, 2021

By Christopher Hood Christopher Hood is the President of the Secular Student Alliance at the University of North Georgia. Last October, Chris took a pledge to join the Kappa Sigma fraternity. Shortly after, he was removed from the fraternity because…

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Lawsuit to Overturn Department of Education Regulation that Forces Universities to Fund Discrimination by Student Groups

January 19, 2021

Today, the national civil rights organizations American Atheists and Americans United for Separation of Church and State, on behalf of the Secular Student Alliance and a California university student, filed a lawsuit against the Trump Administration’s Department of Education to challenge a…

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SSA president at Vanderbilt joins first Cohort of Interfaith Fellows

October 15, 2020

Helena Robertson, president of the Secular Student Alliance at Vanderbilt University, is one of six student leaders invited to join the first Cohort of Interfaith Fellows, sponsored by the Office of Inclusive Excellence and the Office of Religious Life. The fellows…

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