Virginia students at odds over "not gay" football chant

11/16/2007 | Inside Higher Ed

A student-led campaign at the University of Virginia to stop peers and alumni from shouting "not gay" in place of the word "gay" in the school's traditional fight song is meeting with mixed reactions. The school newspaper, The Cavalier Daily, has endorsed the effort, but some students have objected to it as an infringement on their free-speech rights.

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