Controversial best practice advisory for holiday parties at University of Tennessee

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The statement went on to point out they “honor Christmas as one of the celebrations of the season and the birth of Jesus and the corresponding Christmas observance is one of the Christian holidays on our cultural and religious holidays calendar.” To be more clear, the ODI said also:”Holiday cards should be non-denominational. And decorations should not be specific to any religion or culture.” The reaction about this document was not one good in students circles and even in the public debat. Finally, Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey expressed an idea which try to fix the limits, based on the fact that advisory is not the University policy. He said students don’t attend college “to have their values and traditions sidelined and undermined.” And this is working for Christians too.

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