« on: September 21, 2005, 09:26:45 PM »
BC Law (and note that I'm not talking about the undergrad) is diverse opinion wise, if not in the standard sense of diversity. The Lambda group is very active (they did a lot of stuff last week with the constitutional convention in Mass) and the coallition for equality is the leading plaintiff in FAIR v. Rumsfield, which SCOTUS is hearing in December. They're protesting the Solomon amendment, which allows the military to recruit on campus, in violation of the campus's non-discrimination policy. (BC won't allow any employers who discriminate to recruit on campus, and they view don't ask don't tell as discrimination, but the government won't let them bar the military). And religion is present to a very small degree at the law school.