“After reviewing the university statement on the referendum and holding preliminary discussions with university administrators, we are dismayed to confirm that the University has no intention of allowing the Students For Sexual Health to distribute contraceptives on campus, despite the overwhelming student need and demand for these resources,” Connor Kratz, MCAS ’19, said.
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The resolution stated that the University should allow Students for Sexual Health to distribute contraceptives to the BC community and have meetings without official University funding or recognition.