An announcement Monday that Washington DC’s NFL team would be dropping the nick name “redskins” and use of an Indian head logo under pressure from social activists and more importantly the team’s biggest sponsors, wasn’t the only one of it’s kind yesterday. Capital University in the Columbus area announced that the schools sports teams would drop their nick name The Crusaders, and use of a Crusaders mascot that had been in place since 1963. University officials said they had completed a 15-month long review of social concerns before making the decision. Capital University dates back to 1830. Use of the nick name had drawn criticism from those who said it honored Christian soldiers who fought Muslims over a 300 year period centuries ago. With the Cleveland Indians considering a name change, and pressure growing to get rid of any nick names that are considered offensive by anyone, other moves of this type are sure to follow. That’s the way I see it.