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After 18 days of Christian exiles, university students are once again recruited to speak for the sexes
See Ingle, a devout study majord at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, was stepped out of Christianity category early this month for saying there have only two sexes. IUD President Michael Driscoll on Monday gave a news briefing announcing his ruling to remove Professor Alison Downie, Ingle's contentious demand for "disruptive behavior" from school.
Downsie threw him out of school and asked him not to come back, which would have delayed his degree if not for the choice of the collegiate presidents. He said he was "disappointed" at how the campus had dealt with the state of affairs, and added that it had "missed" its cadre. Ingel regards the end of his 18-day long period of exiles as a win.
On Monday Ingle was to be given a decision by the Academic Integrity Council as to whether he is still excluded from Downie's top tier "Christianity 481": Even, sin and salvation" grade, but Driscoll said that he interrupted the official trial for an indefinite period of time, regardless of the decision of the AIB. He also took the chance to raise another topic on-campus - how a group of students, Turning Point USA at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, was assaulted for having invited a conservationist spokesperson to the university.
"I am confident that what we will all be learning in the coming fewweek period will allow us to thoroughly revise and revise the basic policy of the universities to ensure that we are fulfilling our education mandate on the IUP path while at the same time respecting the laws of the country," he said. Now Ingle is about to finish his studies and is hoping to one of these days become a professors.