Baylor University continues to feud with its alumni association, which is independent. Just last month, the university abandoned a controversial plan to absorb the association into the university. But the latest way for the university to show its respect for the association's independence is raising some eyebrows. The Waco Tribune-Herald reported that the university has barred the association from its traditional role at graduation ceremonies, at which the alumni group has traditionally presented awards and encouraged new graduates to stay involved with Baylor.
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