Stu­dent no longer sus­pended in clash with prof over cru­ci­fix­ion

The Washington Times Daily - - NATION - — Dou­glas Ernst — An­drew Blake

Rollins Col­lege has lifted the sus­pen­sion of a stu­dent who rhetor­i­cally clashed with a Mus­lim pro­fes­sor over the cru­ci­fix­ion of Je­sus Christ.

Sopho­more Mar­shall Pol­ston was sus­pended March 24 after ar­gu­ing over the his­tor­i­cal ac­cu­racy of Je­sus’ ex­e­cu­tion at Cal­vary.

Pro­fes­sor Areej Zu­fari also filed a re­port with the dean of safety, which claimed Mr. Pol­ston vi­o­lated an or­der to stay away from class. An in­ves­ti­ga­tion by the school in Win­ter Park — but­tressed by video sur­veil­lance and a re­ceipt — vin­di­cated the stu­dent’s claims that he was in­no­cent.

“A stu­dent’s free­dom of speech and ex­pres­sion are the corner­stones of lib­erty in a free so­ci­ety,” Mr. Pol­ston’s at­tor­ney, Kenneth Lewis, said after the sus­pen­sion was lifted, The Or­lando Sen­tinel re­ported Fri­day. cig­a­rette smok­ers, ac­cord­ing to the state’s Pub­lic Health De­part­ment, and the tax hike is ex­pected to gen­er­ate up­wards of $1.4 bil­lion in its first year alone, Mer­cury News re­ported.

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