Cornell University: Student Group’s Sign Display Removed from Engineering Quad
A pro-life student group's university approved signs were confiscated by an administrator shortly after students erected their display. The signs contained information regarding fetal development. The students were forced to turn to the university police in order to regain their property because the administrator could not believe the signs could be approved given their "content." Amazingly, the Cornell administration is defending this indefensible action, pretending that it was only a misunderstanding that caused the display to be confiscated and removed.
- "Email to Engineering Department from Engineering Dean Kent Fuchs," October 23, 2008
- "Cornell Coalition for Life 'Elena' pictures," October 22, 2008
- "Use of University Property Form," October 20, 2008
- "Cornell Engineering Dean Digs Deeper Hole over Confiscation of Pro-Life Display," by Adam Kissel, October 24, 2008
- "Cornell University Engineering Staff Remove Students’ Pro-Life Display until Police Force Return of Display," by Adam Kissel, October 22, 2008