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Pride Alliance Compromises With Yeshiva University

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Yeshiva University’s Pride Alliance offered to delay its efforts to gain university recognition on Wednesday, Sept. 21, after the school suspended all student activities rather than recognize the LGBTQ group.On Sept.

14, the Supreme Court said the school must temporarily comply with a New York court order to recognize the LGBTQ club.Yeshiva University, an Orthodox Jewish college in New York City, avoided doing so by pausing all student group activity.Following that measure, the Pride Alliance offered to stay the New York court order.

In a statement to The New York Times, the group called the decision “painful.”“We do not want Y.U. to punish our fellow students by ending all student activities while it circumvents its responsibilities,” the group said. “Y.U.

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