Student ordered to remove cross necklace at Sonoma State University - Yahoo! News: An official at Sonoma State University ordered a student working at a freshman orientation fair to remove or hide a cross necklace on two separate occasions. The unnamed official feared that other students could be offended by the two-inch-long symbol of Christianity.Fortunately, the law is on the student's side, and the University is falling all over itself apologizing for its lone official who went over the edge with the sensitive authority thing.
Wednesday, July 3, 2013
Student ordered to remove cross necklace at Sonoma State University - Yahoo! News
I'm sure this is unconstitutional. Here's an example of someone getting it all mixed up. So what if someone might be "offended" by the student's cross? Can't we think for ourselves? The obvious question: who, what, is next? Judaism? Buddhist symbols? We all know pagan, wiccan and other non-mainstream religions won't have a chance of being protected. So, while I don't support this student's belief system and I think a 2 inch cross is a bit much, that's not the point. Student has the right to wear the thing.