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Christian college forms board to review policy prohibiting homosexual behavior

Gordon College says compassion, yes; compromise, no

Notre Dame gives spousal benefits to same-sex couples

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Tennessee school board’s push for prayer may be met with lawsuits

First Amendment turned on its head over religious speech

So much drama: The continuing quest to bring religious freedom to campus

Controversy heats up over exclusionary religious groups

University revises free speech policy after student sues

Vandals use Nazi swastikas to cover pro-life chalk messages at Eastern Michigan University

College orders student to ‘dumb down’ religious show

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Gordon College studies same-sex behavior ban amid accreditation questions

Gordon College will lose accreditation over behavioral standards

College won’t perform Christian play unless it’s dumbed down, says student

College orders student to ‘dumb down’ religious show

Drama students prohibited from performing because of ‘offensive’ Christian message

Civil Rights Group: CFCC drama club denies student production due to Christian message

Rape and incest OK in drama productions, Christianity is not for community college

Hats off to the University of Tennessee for standing up for public prayer

Univ. of New Mexico to host ‘threesome’ sex event for students

‘Dumb down’ drama’s ‘offensive religious message’ or else, says college adviser

NC college tries to ‘dumb down’ drama production due to ‘offensive’ religious message

Cameron Univ. responds to student speech complaint

Arkansas State University allows football team to wear cross decal on helmets

Accreditation board gives Gordon College a year to review policy on homosexuality

Millennials are winning the battle against campus speech codes

To speak the truth

David French slays Goliath

Pride and Perjury

What’s lost in not recognizing campus religious groups

Uphold doctrine, avoid discriminations

Eleven free speech controversies at American universities

The irony of California’s ousting of campus Christian groups

University reverses course: Football players can wear cross decals on helmets

Prayers and Preparation – More of Mike Adams’ speech

Arkansas State University football team to remove crosses from helmets following complaint

Arkansas State removing cross decal from football helmets

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship forced to ‘reinvent’ college campus ministry due to CSU non-discrimination policy

Women’s colleges, religious universities change policies for transgender students

Maryland college leveled with second suit for rejecting student because of faith

Did Notre Dame surrender to Obamacare mandate?

California stripping Christian campus groups of recognition for requiring Christian leaders

Sexual assault and college practices

College campuses resemble closed countries

Christian group denied recognition at two dozen college campuses

Pro-life students could be punished under vague new ‘solicitation’ policy, suit says

Pharisees and Pharoahs

Lawsuit seeks free speech for pro-life students at University of South Alabama

Poll: Church leaders predict repression over objections so same-sex couplings

Libertarian students are leading the fight for free speech on campus

Pro-lifers seek freedom from restriction to 1% of campus

On disrespectable Christianity

The wrong kind of Christian

University of South Alabama discriminates against pro-life students

Univ. of South Alabama restricts ‘controversial speech’

ADF: Students, faculty benefiting from victories for campus freedoms

University of Florida gets speech-friendly designation from student rights’ group

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Jewish students ‘bullied’ out of class

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