Officials at the University of California at Davis have removed a definition of religious discrimination from the school's website that many students recently criticized for failing to maintain neutrality.

The wording to which the students objected defined religious discrimination in the United States as "institutionalized oppressions toward those who are not Christian."

It appeared in an online glossary to a "Principles of Community" diversity statement to which students and students groups were asked to pledge their commitment.

Surely religious minorities face unique challenges, but religious discrimination touches members of all faiths.