The student senate of Stockton College is apparently not in agreement with the student body. On Tuesday Stockton’s Student Senate voted 14-10 to request the college to cancel it’s contract with Chick-fil-A, saying that the franchise’s corporate donating practices conflict with the college’s value statement. According to the Press of Atlantic City, a student survey found that 66 per cent of the students wanted to keep the franchise on campus and 69 per cent actually eat there. Chick-fil-A has a ten year contract to operate in the new campus food court at Stockton. The company has sparked controversy throughout college campuses after their president spoke out against same-sex marriage.