The city's one and only Chick-Fil-A, housed in a student cafeteria in an NYU dorm, isn't going anywhere, despite the chain's anti-gay and anti-artist sentiments. So...hooray for anyone craving a "soggy, stale, bland" sandwich with a side of conservative morality!

The NYU Student Senators Council took a vote and decided not to ban any non-university businesses affiliated with the school due to their political or social stances. They will ban businesses who violate labor or human rights, but apparently, giving huge amounts of cash to anti-gay groups aren't included in that umbrella.

Anyhow, the school won't comment on the issue, but its students sure will: "By not acting on this matter, we are essentially supporting heterosexism," student Whitney Coulson said. "We live in a predominately heterosexist society, and this attitude is used to justify the mistreatment, discrimination and harassment of gays, lesbians, bisexuals, transgender, queer and questioning individuals." [via Eater]