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"The Law of Higher Education, Volume I," Kaplan & Lee: Wiley, p42.
"...the law makes a second and more pervasive distinction between public and private institutions: public institutions and their officers are fully subject to the constraints of the federal Constitution, whereas private institutions and their officers are not. Because the Constitution was designed to limit only the exercise of government power, it does not prohibit private individuals or corporations from impinging on such freedoms..."
Now you; source please.
EDIT: The first thing you learn in medical school is that lawyers are expensive. The second thing you learn in medical school is that expensive lawyers are often wrong because they work in the weeds, too far removed from first principles. The third thing you learn in medical school is that it's not okay to be wrong - people who depend on us die when we are wrong.
Good discussion. If you are ever in Atlanta and care deeply about the conflagration consuming fraternities, I'll buy the first round.