Notre Dame students sign for solidarity amid discrimination clause debate
NOTRE DAME, Ind. -- Friday, Notre Dame students are packing up and leaving for the summer.
But they are leaving behind a parting request.
Hundreds of students want sexual orientation included in the university discrimination clause.
A similar request was already denied.
Over 2,000 students have signed the request.
The university says it's not a petition. Students are calling the list "Signatures of Solidarity" as a way to show fellow students their support.
ABC 57's Emily Pritchard reports.