The College of Staten Island can enforce its nondiscrimination policy by barring from campus facilities a fraternity that does not admit women but holds events at mixed-gender venues such as strip clubs.

The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a lower court for applying the wrong standard and said the fraternity’s “interests in intimate association are relatively weak” while the City University of New York college’s policy “serves several important state interests.”

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