Ole Miss renames Christmas because it has “too much Christianity”

Created: Monday, December 28, 2015:10:01 AM


After a six year run, Ole Miss has decided that their winter festival event should no longer be called, "A Grand Ole Christmas."

That's because organizer spokesperson Kaypounyers Maye, co-director of special events for the Student Activities Association (SAA), says "'Grand Ole Christmas' connoted too much Christianity on campus and so we wanted to have a more inclusive environment for the holidays this year." Video here.

So this year, Ole Miss will celebrate "Hotty Toddy Holiday" in an effort to be more politically correct.


Urge the Ole Miss Student Activities Association to stop using its office to promote an anti-Christian climate and to apologize for using inflammatory language toward people of the Christian faith.

We have prepared an email you can send to the Ole Miss Student Activities Association Executive Council. Click here to Take Action and connect by email, phone, and social media. Read more about "too much Christianity" at Ole Miss here.

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