Several residents, including a Catholic
lawyers group, took the college to court regarding a course in
“Family Living and Human Sexuality,” stating that it was
“hostile” to Judeo-Christian religious views on marriage,
procreation and adultery and therefore violated the Establishment
Clause of the Constitution.

A federal district court judge ruled in the college’s favor. A
curriculum of a public college should not be altered, she said,
either  because a course offends religious viewpoints or because
segments of the community feel that reading certain books
undermines conventional religious views. Otherwise, “thousands of
college courses throughout the country would be invalidated,
including courses on philosophy, history, religion, literature,
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