7th Circuit denies Notre Dame preliminary injunction in its contraceptive mandate challenge

Students attempt to ban Bible from halls

Court won’t exempt Notre Dame from birth control provision

A new age of campus censorship

Jesuit college students demand Catholic Archbishop be disinvited as grad speaker

Report: Liberals dominate commencement speeches by 9-1 margin

Gay alliance bashes university for hosting debate with conservative Christian author

Gordon college wins – and loses?

Smith College to admit men

‘All comers’ idea for campus leadership is not always welcome: Survey

Professor fails student for refusing to condemn her Christian faith

Dear Harvard Student: There is help and healing after abortion

    National Right to Life: I read the anonymous letter you submitted to your school newspaper, The Harvard Crimson, sharing your personal abortion story. I wish I knew your name. I wish that instead of writing this letter on my laptop computer, I could be sitting with you, looking into your eyes and saying these words to your face. Sweetheart, you are valuable. Thank you for sharing your story. Thank you for being brave enough to write down the details of your romance, breakup, unplanned pregnancy, abortion and the painful aftermath.


  • Posted: 05/04/2015
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Pregnant at Harvard?

Solicitor General: Religious colleges could lose tax-exemption under pro-gay marriage ruling

Anti-religion group launches campaign against college basketball chaplains

ADF: Sports team chaplains aren’t unconstitutional

The revolution devours all

Hindus want prayer room at Princeton University

Public university basketball chaplains called ‘unconstitutional’

Vandals desecrate crosses in college pro-life display for the second time in four years

    Life Site News: “This incident sadly represents the intolerant attitude on college campuses today towards minority viewpoints expressed there. Rather than set up a counter exhibit to promote abortion, the ‘pro-choice’ activists choose instead to suppress and mock the pro-life display,” wrote Jordan Lorence, senior vice president and senior counsel at the Alliance Defending Freedom, after the 2011 incident. “It is tragic that these students have failed to learn this important truth at a university campus that is at that is supposedly a marketplace of ideas.”


  • Posted: 04/16/2015
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  • Category: ADF in the News
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Princeton votes for academic freedom

Gordon College accuses activists of discriminating against its Christian students

Church-state group wants IRS investigation of Cruz Liberty University speech

School district violates Christian college students’ rights, civil rights official says

UGA lifts campus restrictions on student speech

Religious freedom for campus student groups bill passes Kansas Senate

Gordon College reaffirms ban on students, faculty engaging in extramarital sex, homosexuality

In college and hiding from scary ideas

Bible colleges shouldn’t need a state seal

UGA students’ freedom no longer stuck in the ‘speech zone’

College freshmen less religious than ever – just like their parents

Gordon College reaffirms sexuality policy, launches taskforce

God, GeorgiaTech, and going legal: A reflection on my First Amendment lawsuit nine years later

U. of Georgia abandons free speech zones

Russell Moore commends SCOTUS decision to throw out ruling on contraception mandate

Supreme Court revives Notre Dame’s Obamacare contraception objections

Supreme Court to lower court: Reconsider decision against Notre Dame

Supreme Court says Obama admin can’t make Notre Dame obey pro-abortion HHS mandate

Government may back-track on protecting free speech in universities

University of Georgia revises ‘free speech zone’ and ‘speech permit’ policies

UGA revises freedom of speech policies, student group drops lawsuit

U. of Ga. revises policy that limited speech to less than 1 percent of campus

Yes, Marquette’s plan to fire John McAdams is about free speech and academic freedom

South Carolina college denounces homosexuality after two volleyball players come out as gay

LGBTTQQFAGPBDSM? Housing for 15 alternative sexualities is OK, but men-only fraternities are not, Wesleyan University says

Rejected as ‘discriminatory’ and shunned from campuses, Christian clubs struggle

Three senior faculty attack Notre Dame’s granting of benefits to same-sex couples

Top university could remove tribute to Lord Carey after protest

US professor suspended for defending free speech

My women’s studies seminar

Wesleyan fraternity sues University after being forced to accept women

Congratulating Wesleyan

Students speak up on free speech

The University of Michigan’s tolerance problem

Professor: universities should treat students as children, limit their free speech

Committee of the Kansas Board of Regents to study implications of same-sex marriage

‘Uncomfortable’ students call for ban on Bibles

Why Valentine’s Day shouldn’t be all about sex (week)

Bill to let college clubs pick leaders’ religion fails

From campus bullies to empty churches

Marquette moves to fire tenured conservative professor for blog post

Court says religious non-profits need not identify their insurers to HHS

Gordon College states its case

No contraception mandate for Christian ministry

College freshmen are leaning away from religion

S.C. Republicans to colleges: Don’t interfere with with campus religious groups

How to revive the American dream in blue-collar America

Religious college presidents agree on ‘calling’ and common threats to their schools

The persecution of Gordon College