Students barred the doors and windows after a group of men attempted to break into Fran's House.
A recording also indicates the instructor threatened the students who drew the LGBTQ+ symbols.
Gov. Bill Lee (pictured) signed a bill to this effect into law Monday, requiring parental notification regarding lessons that deal with sexual orientation or gender idenity.
The lawsuit follows multiple failed attempts to start a queer student club at the New York university.
The suit focused on two trans athletes, but they've now graduated, rendering the challenge moot, a federal judge ruled.
When the school's yearbook editor originally submitted the pages, they were rejected.
There probably isn't enough time to consider it, says its sponsor, Sen. Kelli Stargel. Meanwhile, Arizona's governor vetoes an anti-LGBTQ+ bill.