Last month TruthRevolt reported that LGBT students at the Catholic institution Fordham University voiced complaints about plans to open a Chick-fil-A on campus, citing that the chain is anti-LGBT.  Those protestations, made by the United Student Government, the Commuter Students Association, and the Residence Hall Association and the Rainbow Alliance, were successful and the Fordham capitulated, reports The College Fix:

In comments to the Observer, Rainbow Alliance co-president Roberta Munoz said rejecting the proposal does not mean the university is fully tolerant of the LGBTQ community. “This is something that I don’t want to congratulate Fordham for, like ‘Oh my god, I’m so glad that you can see this. You’re such a good person,’” she said. “I don’t want to pat them on the back. You can’t say ‘Oh you’re such a great ally’ when there’s still so many issues with our queer students. Like great, love it, but keep going.” Concern that the Chick-fil-A menu options are too narrow was also reportedly a factor. READ MORE