A new correspondent writes: I am a new department chair. The staff love to decorate for any and all holidays. Recently they have put up the tree, tinsel and various other baubles. One of my faculty members has objected to the "religious" decorating. I am aware that the Supreme Court ruled that the tree is not a religious symbol and the staff haven't put up angels or anything of that sort. However, I am sympathetic to the complaint. What would you do? It's a great question, and I hate it.
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