Monthly Archives: May 2013

Week 15 at the College of the Holy Cross

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Comparing Holy Cross to the U.S. Military on Reporting Sexual Assault

There are excellent news stories about how poorly sexual assault reports are handled around the globe, and especially in the United States military. One especially good series of stories is in the San Antonio Express News.   The paper did a … Continue reading

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I Wrote to Fr. Boroughs About His Violation of Holy Cross Policies

Dear Fr. Boroughs, College of the Holy Cross written policy states that peaceful protests should not be interfered with. College officials described my protests — the Vigil for Justice and the hunger strike — as peaceful.  They said so publicly, … Continue reading

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Electronic Surveillance by the College of the Holy Cross

Since January 2013 I’ve been aware of electronic surveillance by the College of the Holy Cross.  It could have begun earlier. An office at the college has tried to cover its path when it visits my blog twice a day, … Continue reading

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Why There is a Vigil for Justice at Holy Cross

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The Penance for Holy Cross

When the Holy Cross student newspaper The Crusader wrote its most recent article covering part of the vigil (hate speech by students), I shared more information in the comments section.   I told about the acts of penance I asked the … Continue reading

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A Badge of Honor

“PTSD is not a ‘scarlet letter’ but a badge of honor.” – Zachary Bell United States Marine Corps, 2007-11.

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