Yale students will be seeing soldiers on their campus:
For five years, Yale Law School has fought to restrict military recruiters from its job fairs because of the Pentagon’s policy that bars openly gay or bisexual people from the military. But with the federal government threatening to withhold $350 million in grants if the university does not assist the recruiters, that fight will all but end on Monday.
After an appeals court ruled in favor of the Defense Department on Sept. 17, the law school said it would allow recruiters from the Air Force and Navy to participate in a university-sponsored job interview program for law students on Monday afternoon.
Yale law professor Robert A. Burt insists the war’s just begun, “The judges who hold office at the moment disagree with us. We must wait for history to vindicate our position.”
Ah, yes, that legendary Yale fighting spirit…