Student no longer suspended in clash with prof over crucifixion
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.