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PDF file. The school did not say whether it planned to appeal, but Mr. The verdict comes at a time of heightened scrutiny of free speech on college campuses.
In March, President Trump signed an executive order that directed officials to link some federal funding to how well colleges and universities promote free speech. Higher education institutions will likely have to balance that executive order and the verdict against Oberlin, Lynn Pasquerella, the president of the Association of American Colleges and Universities, said.
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Racial tensions have surfaced before at Oberlin, a private liberal arts school of about 2, undergraduate students that has built a reputation for its progressive student activism. The lawsuit said the bakery and its owners suffered damage to their reputation, economic welfare and community standing.
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The bakery accused the college of supporting demonstrations outside the shop in which protesters distributed a flier printed on a copier on campus. Raimondo, who could not be reached on Sunday, also handed out a copy of the flier, according to the complaint. The student Senate passed a resolution calling for the school to end its business relationship with the bakery, and the resolution was posted in a prominent campus building for at least one year, according to court records.