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.
Topic: Students for Life
Ball State University agreed to fund a pro-life student group and paid $12,000 in legal fees after the pro-life student group pointed out that it was being excluded from official club status due to religious discrimination.
At Ball State University, pro-life students pushed for better parking spots for pregnant women and were able to secure permits for students who are soon-to-be mothers.
University of New Mexico officials couldn’t get on the same page when they were asked why they had posted “trigger warnings” close to a pro-life student display.
A pro-life student group won a lawsuit against Miami University of Ohio over mandatory “trigger warnings” for its cross display, which illustrated how many lives were lost due to abortion.
Kutztown University in Pennsylvania changed their policy on chalk messages after ADF intervened on behalf of pro-life students after officials erased their messages.
California State University-San Marcos officials gave funding to gay groups and pro-abortion groups, but denied funding for a pro-life student group.
Pro-life students at Fresno State University saw their pro-life chalk messages erased and censored by one of the college faculty members.
This sounds like a lawsuit waiting to happen at Kutztown University: The Students for Life chapter had written the messages in celebration of National Pro-Life Chalk Day, but officials cleaned them up and claimed they were “just…
From The College Fix: Colorado State University refused to fund a pro-life student group’s event with its “diversity grant” – intended to “raise the awareness of differing perspectives” – allegedly because the intended pro-life speaker…