Yeshiva University suspends activities after SCOTUS ruling on LGBTQ club

Source: Axios

“Yeshiva University suspended all student club activities this week after the U.S. Supreme Court denied its request to overturn a lower court ruling requiring the New York college to recognize an LGBTQ student group. An attorney for the student group, the YU Pride Alliance, called the university’s response to the ruling ‘shameful,’ while Yeshiva’s president said the school’s legal fight is not over. … A New York judge declared that the university is not a religious institution and must recognize the group. After the New York Court of Appeals refused the school’s request to review the denial of a stay, the school asked the Supreme Court to intervene.” (09/17/22)