I mentioned this case in class yesterday, although I had it a bit wrong. The President of William and Mary was either fired or forced out, depending on your interpretation of matters, in a dispute over a) an art show he allowed to take place on campus and b) the relocation of a cross from a prominent campus meeting space.
Is this a free speech case? Does it raise First Amendment religion clause issues? Would it be different if it had happened at a public university? Is Jon Stewart the most famous alum of William and Mary? Should alumni or outside groups have anything to say about what happens on a campus or the decisions made by university presidents?