University of Maine detracts email calling Christmas trees and candy canes 'religious'
December 15, 2014
The University of Maine is reportedly reversing its decision to keep Christmas trees and candy canes out of public areas on campus because they were could be interpreted as "religious items". The university called the prohibition a "misunderstanding" in an emailed letter after students complained about the ban, the Daily Mail reports.
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