Troy University, a public institution in Alabama, is opening a new dormitory this fall for students seeking a faith-based college experience. To live in this new $11.8 million facility, students must be committed to a spiritual lifestyle, be active in a campus-based religious organization and maintain a 2.5 grade point average. Troy has a high percentage of international students, many of whom follow non-Christian religions. The university claims it won’t discriminate against them, although the new facility will give preference to Christians. The Freedom from Religion Foundation is challenging the rule (AL.com, August 2).