Let us start with the difficult truths. To many Americans and many Jews, Islam by its very nature demands violence against infidels.
The simple answer would be no. It depends partly on how you define lies.
Yitzhak Shamir once said that for the safety and security of the State of Israel, one can lie.
When my daughter Bracha decided to sell her apartment in Modi’in, a small city between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, and move to a spacious corner house in Elkana, one of the first settlements over the so-called Green Line, no ideology or nefarious government scheme played any part in her decision.
The university context is special, because students have a status that allows the university to regulate them qua students—which is very different from the relationship between a citizen and the state.
Not only does the university not have the right, or the power, to educate students in what it thinks is civil or not civil; doing so is contrary to the goal of a liberal arts education.