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The measure aims to prevent university employees from performing abortions and training students at clinics where abortions are performed.
Hecklers disrupted an event featuring California’s attorney general because of the state’s lawsuit against the Trump administration for rescinding the DACA program.
The order is meant to make it easier to mobilize law-enforcement agencies for the event. The university has said it will incur at least $500,000 in security costs.
The association not only stopped short of levying the extreme penalties that some observers had expected but refrained from applying virtually any penalties at all.
The legislation would codify some guidelines — recently rescinded by the Education Department — for colleges on responding to campus sexual assault, in compliance with the federal gender-equity law.
The freshman, Maxwell Gruver, died after participating in a fraternity drinking game and consuming alcohol “in excess.”
David Carrera’s departure as vice president for fund raising is the latest in a string of high-profile controversies involving claims of misconduct by USC executives.
Under a plan rolled out by the system’s president, each two-year institution would be merged with one of seven four-year campuses.
The football team and its coaches had previously decided to kneel at a different time and stand during the playing of the anthem, said a spokeswoman at the Pennsylvania college.