The president of William and Mary College recently made a controversial decision to remove the cross from the historic Wren Chapel, on the college campus. While William and Mary is a state institution, it was at one time affiliated with the Anglican Church. The cross was a gift from the Bruton Parish church at Williamsburg, Virginia. Some alumni are outraged, many citing that the chapel is a part of the school’s history, and it should not be ashamed of its Christian heritage. This goes to show that you can remove the cross from a building, but not from people’s hearts.