Since its founding in 1917, Deep Springs College has accepted only male students. In 2011, the board of trustees of a trust set up in 1923 by the school’s founder, L.L. Nunn (the L.L. Nunn Trust or the Trust) voted by a 7–2 margin to make the college coeducational. Naturally, litigation ensued.

Hitz v. Hoekstra, Cal. App. 4th (Cal. Jan. 6, 2017)