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Saturday, May 15, 2004

Gay-issues group not granted full club status at Rose-Hulman
Associated Press
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- A group that focuses on homosexual and alternative lifestyle issues has not been granted full club status from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology's Student Government Association.

Full club status would allow the group to petition student government for funding through student activity fees, the Tribune-Star reported in a story today.

The student senate has turned down the group called Unity six times, the latest being Tuesday, said Rose-Hulman junior Odessa Goedert, a Unity member and former president.

Unity's constitution describes it as "the official Rose-Hulman gay, bisexual, lesbian, transgender and straight alliance" and has about 20 voting members, Goedert said.


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