No one was planning to put a Chick-fil-A on the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus, but a few students said they wanted one in response to a campus survey. That was enough for the Student Government Association to pass a resolution in April voicing its non-support of a "Chick-fil-A in a current or future sense, particularly in any location that is central to student life." Radicals. The resolution was reported on—we mean roundly mocked—by the conservative website the College Fix, and the story traveled far enough in the mockumedia for the SGA to post a waffly rationale on its Facebook page. "[T]he resolution . . . does not, in any way, ban Chick-fil-A from our campus," the post said, "but rather expresses the SGA's opinion on future developments."