Yeshiva University on Friday suspended all student groups, The New York Times reported. The move was in response to the Supreme Court lifting a stay of an order that Yeshiva recognize a gay student organization. The Supreme Court did not rule on the merits of Yeshiva’s case, which is that as a religious university, it must have the right to not recognize an organization whose mission it disagrees with. Rather, the court ruled that Yeshiva first needed to try other avenues in the New York State judicial system.

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