No discrimination? How unfair (United States)

The US Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from a Christian sorority and fraternity that challenged a university system’s refusal to provide funding and other campus benefits to student groups that exclude members of other creeds. The California State University system denies official recognition and funding to student organisations that discriminate on the basis of race, religion, gender, national origin and sexual orientation, the San Francisco Chronicle reported. Christian groups at San Diego State University claimed the policy itself was discriminatory and hypocritical. A spokesman for Alliance Defense Fund – which represents religious groups – said the ruling meant that San Diego’s “supposed marketplace of ideas…will remain a stronghold for censorship”.

Source: Times Higher Education