(WorldMagazine) Following a controversy earlier this summer concerning the use of graphic abortion photos ("Blood on the Streets," July 27), Biola University president Barry Corey wrote an open letter Aug. 20 apologizing for the way the school treated nursing student Diana Jimenez and outlining steps to further the pro-life cause at Biola.
Last May, school officials told Jimenez to take down graphic abortion photos because they said it was inappropriate in such an open place. When she came back with a graphic poster a week later, school security forced her to leave and the dean of nursing banned faculty from writing Jimenez letters of recommendation.
The school's response, caught on film and posted on YouTube, caused an uproar in the pro-life community ...
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