Should Michigan State have a women-only study lounge?

Univerity of Michigan-Flint prof challenging space in student union

Should Michigan State have a designated space in its student union for only women to study?

Mark Perry, an economic professor at the University of Michigan-Flint, is challenging the designation, according to a story in The Daily Caller. Perry says the space "blatantly discriminates against men." He filed a complaint with the Michigan Department of Civil Rights. 

While Perry isn't optimistic about the complaint, The Daily Caller reports MSU plans to renovate the Women's Lounge in the union into a lactation space and study space for men and women.

The Union Women's Lounge opened in 1925, according to the State News. It's been repeatedly challenged in recent years.