Officials at California's Sonoma State University have apologized to a student worker who was told by her supervisor to remove a necklace with a cross on it. Audrey Jarvis was working at an orientation for prospective students when her supervisor told her to remove the necklace, saying it would offend people. SSU President Ruben Armiñana called that a "stupid request." But officials have declined to name the supervisor. They say no disciplinary actions have yet been taken against the supervisor.
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