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There’s a big court case coming up tomorrow at U.S. District Courthouse in Port Huron. A Christian student group will ask a federal court on Wednesday to rule that public universities must treat religious student groups equally with other campus groups. According to Beckett, a non-profit, public-interest legal and educational institute that focuses on protecting the free expression of all faiths, “in InterVarsity Christian Fellowship v. Wayne State University, InterVarsity had its 75-year-old student organization status suddenly revoked by Wayne State University because the Christian student group asks its leaders to embrace its faith. But other student groups—such as political and ideological groups, fraternities and sororities, and even the Quidditch Club—are allowed to select leaders and members based on the groups’ mission or purpose.” The case is set for 2:00 July 10 in Port Huron.