The university seems to be fighting for religious equality. I use the term equality here in its loosest definition. There is only a limited amount of real estate available when it comes to the interests of university students, and it appears that religious student groups are in a brawl for dominance. Christians seem to have taken the main stage - as should be expected - but Jewish and Muslim student groups are closing in for "religious equality" at the university. Sitting as a third party observer I'm left with the question, "Where are the atheists?" I would expect a higher prevalence of free-thinkers at a four year institution of higher education.
What's your take on religion at the university? Are atheists under-represented? Have theists completely taken over?