Yea or neigh: Lee’s horse becomes controversial at Confederate general’s college

Horses can be regarded as noble heroes — but not by everyone, it seems. “Traveller, the horse which served Confederate General Robert E. Lee, has long been a fixture of campus culture at Washington and Lee University, as the famous steed, known for his courage and stamina, is buried on campus,” advises the College Fix, a student-written watchdog organization which monitors cultural developments on U.S. campuses.


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