'Hope Church' at ASU expelled from council, allowed to stay on campus
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CLOSE A Tempe church that sprang from a controversial campus ministry in Tucson is under investigation by Arizona State University, accused of stalking, hazing and other misconduct.
Arizona State University's year-long investigation into campus ministry Hope Church has resulted in the group being voted off the university's Council of Religious Advisors.
The decision allows Hope Church to remain on campus, but it will have to pay for space at ASU's Tempe campus.
The decision comes more than a month after ASU informed Hope Church that its probe showed it was in... read more
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