BREAKING NEWS – London, England – The London School of Economics in the U.K. is removing historical Christian terms from its academic calendar in an attempt to better reflect its “international” character.

LSE is stripping Christmas and Easter as the names for its terms and breaks, which are being renamed next year as “winter break,” and “spring break,” respectively, according to The Telegraph.

“Jesus Christ has nothing to do with the economy or economics,” the school said in a statement. “Just because his parents decided to name him after a December holiday way back then, doesn’t mean he should get preferential treatment in one of our prestigious schools.”