This Holy Week, the tree that tells one that you have to be pro-life to be religious bears no fruit.
Mustangs for Life representatives and students respond to the display of crosses on Dallas Hall lawn this week.
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The SMU Feminist Equality Movement and Mustangs for Life co-hosted the discussion panel “More Than a Movement” on April 18. The panel’s purpose was to show anti-abortion and pro-abortion rights … Read More
Wondering what the crosses on Dallas Hall Lawn are all about? Each spring, they are placed on the lawn by Mustangs for Life, a pro-life club that works to protect … Read More
After controversy erupted last week when SMU told Young Americans for Freedom that their annual 9/11 memorial would no longer take place on Dallas Hall lawn but in Morrison-McGinnis park, … Read More
UPDATE 5:24 p.m.: Updated to include comment from the university. UPDATE Wednesday: Updated to include SMU’s new display policy. An open letter to President R. Gerald Turner claims that the … Read More
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Each year Mustangs for Life exercises their First Amendment rights, and each year the demonstration faces harsh criticism.
Mustangs for Life’s display highlighted the need to have meaningful conversations about the consequences of abortion.