- The Committee on Student Life and Policies at Boston University plans to hear a gender-neutral housing proposal on Friday after a pilot program set to begin in 2012 was pushed back.
- Plans were initiated after the student government passed a proposal last spring, but has since been de-prioritized by the administration.
- A campus group, Gender Neutral BU, has been protesting the delay and is demanding that the school follow through with the program.
From the article:
Boston University’s Committee on Student Life and Policies is scheduled to meet Friday with student government members about a proposal for gender-neutral housing, after administrators told the student government in early December that the housing initiative had been suspended, according to a spokesman for the BU student government. ...