Chick-fil-A continues to come under fire on college campuses across the country as a school in Texas joins the outcry.
The Student Government Association at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas has unanimously voted to have the chicken chain removed from campus.
“Trinity’s values of diversity and inclusion and Chick-fil-a’s values regarding the LGBT+ community are mutually exclusive,” read a resolution from the students.
The move seems to be inspired after the San Antonio airport banned Chick-fil-A for making contributions to groups that routinely exhibit anti-LGBTQ behavior.
“Obviously [the presence of Chick-fil-A] has the potential to make a lot of people feel uncomfortable on campus, and also it looks really bad for Trinity in the context of recruiting potential students who may be a part of the LGBTQ community,” local news from the Trinitonian learned from senator Claire Carlson.
The entire issue seems tone blown out of proportion however as Chick-fil-A doesn’t even have a permanent set up at Trinity University. They rotate making offerings at the Commons Food Court, only showing up once every two weeks.