by Nate Kellum
Troy University has drawn the ire of an influential
Atheist group, the Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF), for
their most recent themed house that is set to open this fall. The college is using private funding to
provide housing that prioritizes students who share an interest in religious matters,
maintain an active spiritual lifestyle, and are actively engaged in a campus
faith-based organization, regardless of what religion they practice.
Despite the private sourcing for the cost
of the building, which will be split between dorm housing and a catholic
student center, FFRF sent a threatening letter to Troy University alleging discrimination
against non-religious students.
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