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The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty today filed a lawsuit on behalf of Belmont Abbey College against the Obama administration, citing the HHS mandate requiring the college to provide insurance coverage including contraception, sterilization, and abortion-inducing drugs.
A private liberal arts college in New York will be hosting an explicit sexual workshop for students next Monday. As the web site Campus Reform exposes:
Isaiah Battle may have gotten confused regarding what sport he was playing Thursday night. That’s because the giant Clemson lineman delivered a massive upper cut to the head of North Carolina State’s Jarvis Byrd that would have made Mike Tyson blush.
During the final minutes of the game between the the two teams, Battle apparently got upset with something either Byrd did or was saying. That’s when he turned to him, wound up, and delivered the blow that knocked Byrd to the ground.
What This California College Wouldn’t Let a Student Do on ‘Constitution Day’ May Make Your Blood Boil
A California college student says his First Amendment rights were violated on Tuesday, “Constitution Day,” when officials at Modesto Junior College forbid him from passing out copies of the U.S. Constitution outside the student center.
In a video posted on YouTube, college police and administrators can be seen ordering Robert Van Tuinen to stop passing out Constitution pamphlets. He claims it took less than 10 minutes for a campus police officer to arrive and tell him that anything he passed out on campus needed to be registered with the Student Development office.
When 18-year-old twins Bella and Angelica Ayala found out that the sexual harassment session in their freshman orientation program included a graphic sex-ed presentation, they decided to opt out. The pro-life Catholic students respectfully voiced their desire to not partake in the program prior to its start.
Bella told the pro-life group Survivors, “My sister actually contacted the orientation program beforehand to request that we be exempt from attending this part of orientation, but was given an ambiguous answer.”
Steven Rhodes, a 24-year-old freshman at MTSU, was initially informed by the NCAA he wouldn’t be allowed to play college football because he played in a recreational football league while a Marine.
MTSU won a partial appeal to the NCAA last week, recouping two years of eligibility for Rhodes with his recreational league spanning two academic years.
“During Lorain County Community College’s commencement ceremony, a heart felt moment took place. As Ashley goes to receive her Degree, she discovers that her husband, Kyle, who was overseas serving in the U.S. Navy, came as a surprise to see her graduate. Kyle, who has served our country for three years, came on to the [...]
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“My twin sister Kacy graduated with her Bachelors degree on May 4th 2013 and her one regret is that our brother Michael, an active duty Staff Sergeant in the US Marine Corps, could not be here for her big day. She was so upset, I even tried to arrange to have him here but he [...]
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Yes, there was actually a whole College Jeopardy! category on commie mass murderer and favorite left-wing bloody rebel Che Guevara. (Big hat tip: @TexasTsunami.) It wasn’t just the bad pun that had viewers irked.
A year to the day after kicking off his re-election campaign at Ohio State University, President Barack Obama returned to the college campus and told graduates that only through vigorous participation in their “democracy” can they right an ill-functioning government and break through relentless cynicism about the nation’s future.
St. Patrick’s Day festivities at the University of Dayton in Ohio Saturday night evolved into a full-scale, out-of-control riot involving more than 1,000 people, the Dayton Daily News reports. Police from 10 jurisdictions were forced to to head to the institution of higher learning to tackle the issue, finding students dancing on cars and throwing an inordinate number of beer bottles.
The Dayton Daily News has all the information:
Missouri Western State University basketball player Lanicia Lawrence was surprised in practice Friday by her father, Staff Sgt. Barry Lawrence, who just returned to the states after a long tour in Afghanistan. It was the first time in 10 months that the two had seen each other.
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