As expected, Paul Quinn College is making good on its threat to take the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools all the way to federal court for tossing its accreditation. Two days after the SACS denied Paul Quinn's appeal, the 137-year-old school sued the association in Atlanta federal court, claiming that its "improper act could be the College's 'death knell.'" Below, as always, is the 60-page complaint.Paul Quinn v. SACS
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