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The Intervarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF) must get rid of the “basis of faith” that its officers must subscribe to if it wants to maintain its status as a Student Association-recognized club.
On Sunday the SA Senate adopted a resolution to lift the IVCF suspension that was imposed in December, after former IVCF Treasurer (and SA Assembly…