Additionally, most of the perpetrators, 58%, had some form of mental health history, whether it was depression, suicidal thoughts or psychotic issues.
The former president in his proposal also outlined funding preferences for states and school districts that make education reforms.
Student newspaper publishes, then deletes, essay by religion department chair explaining periods in which both Sunni and Shia accepted "visual representation" of the prophet. University consulted with Muslim Student Association before nonrenewal.
Families denied funding for religious schools will be reimbursed for tuition paid out of pocket under settlements. State also agrees to pay their legal fees.
Council on American-Islamic Relations had rejected the label days earlier, undermining both Hamline University and their state affiliate that sided with the student who complained.