Cary_Quad_and_Spitzer_Court,_Purdue_UniversityPurdue University, which once defended the right of a private speaker to blaspheme Jesus, has banned an alumni donor from using the word “God” on a plaque because it might offend someone.  Dr. Michael McCracken and his wife made a $12,500 pledge to the university’s school of mechanical engineering. In return, Purdue, a large public university in Indiana, offered the McCrackens the opportunity to name a small conference room in a lab building. They were also invited to supply language for a plaque that would be installed in the room. McCracken chose to name the room after his deceased parents, Dr. William McCracken, who graduated from Purdue with a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering, and his wife Glenda. More
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