UMaine Supervisor Hates Christmas, No One Quite Knows The Reason. But I Think That the Most Likely Reason Of All, May Have Been That His Heart Was Two Sizes Too Small


umaineORONO, Maine — An email from a University of Maine supervisor, directing employees to refrain from displaying Christmas or other religious-themed decorations on campus, has sparked outrage on the campus and in the community. The story, first reported by WABI-TV on Wednesday, spread wildly across social media: A Facebook group called Bring Cheer Back to UMaine had more than 600 members as of Thursday. UMaine officials said the email from Monday, Dec. 8, was sent by Daniel Stirrup, the university’s executive director of auxiliary services, to his departmental managers. The university released the following as the text of Stirrup’s email: “Just wanted to remind everyone that Auxiliary Services is not to decorate any public areas with Christmas or any other religious themed decorations. (read more at the Bangor Daily News)

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