Making this even more interesting, the students claimed that the condoms-on-crosses display was an art project approved by their professor. In other words, they trespass on the pro-life group's reserved space and get college credit for it. Call me a Philistine, but I'm unimpressed by an "art project" that's so disrespectful and, frankly, immature.
Students for Life is taking it one step further, saying in a recent email that "the desecration of the crosses at WKU is sacrilegious, offensive, and borders on a hate crime." I'm not sure I agree with this statement, which emphasizes the religious meaning of the crosses. I've seen Cemetery of the Innocents displays done with many symbols, including American flags, pinwheels, baby shoes and flowers. Disruption of these displays would be equally unacceptable.
On the other hand, I completely sympathize with Students for Life's frustration. They've been dealing with a wave of pro-abortion vandalism in recent weeks. The pro-life group at Dartmouth had their American flag Cemetery of the Innocents run over by a car, pro-abortion vandals at Northern Kentucky University stole donated baby clothing (which was destined for local needy families) from a clothesline, and the incident at WKU is just the last straw.
Pro-abortion students have the right to express themselves legally. They do not have the right to infringe upon pro-life expression or destroy pro-lifers' property.