North Carolina College to Stop Serving Chick-fil-A

Students began protesting against serving Chick-fil-A at school-sponsored late-night food-and-music events.


Davidson College in North Carolina has become the first college to give Chick-fil-A the boot.

Students at Davidson began protesting against serving Chick-fil-A at school sponsored late-night food-and-music events called After Midnight, which are held on one Saturday each month. An online petition gathered nearly 500 signatures calling for the school to stop serving Chick-fil-A at campus sanctioned events. Some Davidson students oppose the company's support of anti-gay groups, and its president, Dan Cathy, admitting to being against same-sex marriage rights.