Widmar (1981):  This case involved a public university making
its facilities available to religious groups.  A state university
made its facilities generally available for registered student
groups, but refused to allow a student religious group to meet
anywhere on the campus.  This refusal was part of a general policy
prohibiting the use of university facilities “for purposes of
religious worship or religious teaching.”  Ps, members of a religious
group, brought suit on First Am. grounds.  Did the university’s
policy violate Ps’ First Am. rights?