Gay student group complains about security requirement
BY Advocate.com Editors
February 21 2001 12:00 AM ET
The head of a gay student group at Indiana UniversityPurdue University Fort Wayne has filed a complaint against the university for requiring the group to hire security officers for its annual drag pageant, which was held Sunday. I dont think theyre applying the rule fairly across the board, Jeffrey Sterling, chief executive officer of United Sexualities, said of the schools requirement. Frank Borelli, the universitys vice chancellor of student affairs, said the decision is made informally. The school felt security was necessary for the drag ball in order to prevent the occurrence of hate crimes. I kind of hold my breath. I dont want to wait until something happens, Borelli said. Im a little chagrined Jeff and his group arent a little more concerned.
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