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Christianity No Longer Welcome at Yale? 7 Questions with a Yale Law School Student

Christianity No Longer Welcome at Yale? 7 Questions with a Yale Law School Student

Aaron Haviland is a student at Yale Law School. He graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy and the University of Cambridge, and he served in the Marine Corps. Aaron sat down with Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) to answer some questions about Yale Law School, free speech on campus, and Yale announcing a new policy that may exclude those who decide to work for nonprofit organizations that abide by Christian teaching from access to financial assistance available to all other students.

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4 ADF Clients on Stage for the Signing of the Executive Order on Free Speech at Universities

4 ADF Clients on Stage for the Signing of the Executive Order on Free Speech at Universities

Public universities have a responsibility to respect and protect the First Amendment rights of their students.

That should be common sense.

Yet, here at Alliance Defending Freedom, we’ve seen that this is not the case. The ADF Center for Academic Freedom has represented students and professors at public colleges and universities across the country where school officials have ignored and trampled on their First Amendment rights.

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Why Perry High School in Gilbert, AZ Must Remove This Student’s Suspension

Why Perry High School in Gilbert, AZ Must Remove This Student’s Suspension

Friday March 1st started out like any other day. It was spirit week at Perry High School in Gilbert, Arizona, and Logan Jones, a high school freshman, was excited to dress up for “Party in the USA day.”

After classes had been dismissed, Logan and her friend were doing what most teenagers do—taking pictures in their spirit wear. Then, suddenly, things took an unexpected turn.

And the day ended with Logan being suspended from school for 10 days.

FREE SPEECH IN DIVIDED TIMES: THE PROBLEM OR THE SOLUTION?