Campus Pro-Life Group Labeled ‘Danger to Society’ by Student Newspaper

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The editorial board of a Case Western Reserve University student newspaper blasted their school for recognizing a pro-life group campus group. This means that the pro-life club known as “Case for Life,” will be recognized as a club and get funding from the school. 

“CWRU does not care about its students. If they actually cared, they would have immediately considered concerns about the student body’s immediate safety and the broader school-community impacts, and they would have easily determined this organization to pose a danger,” The Observer editorial board wrote.

According to Fire, Case for Life faced a long and contentious journey to official recognition. During the spring of 2020, the student government voted to recognize Case for Life, an important step for student groups to gain access to things like university funding. Then a student-led referendum reversed the student government’s decision. The university ultimately recognized the group despite the referendum.

The editorial board also wrote: “It is not just that students have to worry about laws that impose on their bodily autonomy, but they also have to worry about being in an environment that is supposed to be safe but isn’t. Who could care less if someone is pro-forced-birth, but when that someone takes action to enforce that opinion on others—that’s when it becomes dangerous.”

The Observer Editorial Board then proceeded to take a shot at Texas due to the new restrictive abortion law that was recently passed. 

“We already have to deal with anti-abortion laws dictated by governments that put our lives in danger, but now we have to face the reality of our tuition going to a club that makes the majority of the student body feel unsafe.”

As of now, Case Western Reserve has not caved and will be still recognizing Case for Life as a student organization.