Hilltoppers for life had placed nearly four thousand crosses in the school's old football stadium to represent the number of abortions that take place in a day.
But on the last night of their University approved display, the president of the pro-life group says he captured footage of a student and her boyfriend placing condoms onto some of the crosses.
"I respect her opinion, I just don't respect how she voiced that opinion, that was my main concern," says Sohl.
John Sohl says he confronted her. then called campus police, but he didn't like how they handled the situation.
"When they showed up, they said they were not technically vandalizing our display, that all we would have to do is take the condoms off, but my argument was this was causing an undo burden on us," says John Sohl, the President of Hilltoppers for Life.
Sohl says police let the student take pictures before she eventually removed the condoms and left.
WKU President Gary Ransdell says while the University is still investigating, he thinks police acted appropriately in the situation.
"It was a calm situation and it ended a calm situation and that's the way you like the situation to end," says WKU President Gary Randsdell.
But President Ransdell also says the female student involved acted in poor taste.
"In a student's haste to exercise what they perceive to be there their freedom of speech, they failed to exercise their freedom of thought. They just weren't thinking and exercised some really poor judgment," says Ransdell.
He's also looking into allegations that a teacher was involved with the incident.
"I can't imagine a faculty member condoning a student to doing this kind of activity," says Ransdell.
"The student told me at the beginning of this that she did have her teacher's permission to do this, this was her art project," says Sohl.
President Randsell says once the university investigates further and figures out exactly what happened, they will then take appropriate action.
Sohl says that if the student was in fact doing it for a school project, he does not believe that she should receive credit for it.
Meantime, President Ransdell says the university is meeting with the people involved in the incident Monday.