Harvard University, never ever precisely a bastion of fairness and equality, has finally gone past an acceptable limit.
The college has begun membership that is penalizing fraternities, sororities, and final clubs—the single-sex businesses that mimic numerous traits of Greek life but occur just on Harvard’s campus—and students will likely not are a symbol of it. Two fraternities, two sororities, and three college that is anonymous filed case a week ago claiming that the university’s rejection of single-sex social companies is it self a kind of intercourse discrimination. (Comprehensive disclosure: we graduated from Harvard 2011 and, I did go to several of their events. Continue reading No, there’s no constitutional straight to fraternity life