Students want candidate rallies allowed at Washington University

March 27, 2008
School had denied request to have Obama rally on campus

A group of students at Washington University in St. Louis is asking Chancellor Mark Wrighton to change the school's practice of not allowing political candidates to hold rallies on campus. The request comes after many students were disappointed when the administration told them earlier this year that the campus could not be a venue for a Barack Obama rally.

Click here to read The St. Louis Post-DIspatch article.

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