Boston College Tells Students to Stop Distributing Condoms
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Boston College has told students to stop distributing condoms in dormitories, The Boston Globe reported. College officials said that condom distribution conflicts with the college's Roman Catholic values. Students say that they don't know why the college is cracking down now, given that the operation isn't new, and that the service is needed by many students.