The Texas abortion law spurred a pro-abortion protest at the University of Texas-Austin, which is the flagship university for the Lone Star State. Advocates, some of whom were college students, parroted left-wing and pro-abortion talking…
A study conducted by University of Utah claimed that there are benefits of abortion for the male partners, which study was criticized as several of the co-authors have publicly supported abortion.
A student chapter president for a pro-life chapter was escorted from a Planned Parenthood event by a staffer because the staffer felt she was a ‘safety concern,’ despite the student’s desire to see the other side of the abortion issue.
A student group, unrecognized as an official student group by Georgetown University, is offering students contraceptives on-campus for free, which goes against Catholic teachings.
University of California-San Francisco published a guide for people to help convince pregnant women to have abortions.
College Democrats at George Washington University fundraised for Planned Parenthood, a pro-abortion organization, and raised about $4,000.
A San Jose State University lecturer published a social media post referring to beating up pro-life protesters. Oops?
Abortion activists toured five states and went to eleven college campuses and had slogans such as “I got ninety-nine problems but pregnancy ain’t one” in their push to get rid of the Hyde Amendment.
From Campus Reform: Campus Reform attended the March to find out why protesters were attending, as well as to ask their thoughts on the compatibility of pro-life ideologies with feminism. After speaking with over 50 participants,…
From Campus Reform: St. Catherine University, a two-campus Catholic school in Minnesota, sent two busloads of students to the pro-abortion Women’s March-Minnesota on Saturday. “On Saturday, Jan. 21, nearly 100 members of the University community…