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Tower Crosses Are Gone, but Campus Clash Lives On

By June 3, 2012

Last fall, Sissy Bradford, an adjunct instructor who taught criminology at Texas A&M University-San Antonio, questioned why crosses were being placed near the public university's entrance. Last month, she was informed that the university would not offer her any courses to teach in the fall semester. Bradford insists there is a connection, but university officials deny any link...

Schools: Texas A&M University – San Antonio