Lift of Dating Ban Stunned Campus
GREENVILLE, S.C. (AP)--Bob Jones University''s decision to lift its half-century-old ban on interracial dating has stunned students and the fundamentalist Christian school''s supporters who learned about it Friday night in a national television interview with President Bob Jones III.
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