Yeshiva University has suspended all student club activities after the Supreme Court ruled against its request to overturn the recognition of an LGBTQ student organization.
The announcement was shared in an email to students on Friday that indicated the school would “hold off on all undergraduate club activities while it immediately takes steps to follow the roadmap provided by the U.S. Supreme Court to protect YU’s religious freedom.”
The change followed a 5-4 ruling on Wednesday that lifted a hold on a court order that required Yeshiva University to recognize the YU Pride Alliance group.
“The stakes couldn’t be higher, not just for Yeshiva but for the country,” Mark Rienzi, president of the Becket Fund that is representing Yeshiva in the case, warned. “That’s why people of many