Monthly Archives: November 2013

Thankful — Again

I’ve written often this year about how thankful I am for many things that happen on this little Vigil for Justice.  I am fortunate my little vigil is at Holy Cross — where I’ve had such great experiences talking to … Continue reading

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The Penn State Culture at Holy Cross

The College of the Holy Cross has a Penn State mentality:  cover up and obscure the details of crime, ignore or attack victims, and let the same bad actions of perpetrators continue while protecting the college image at all costs. … Continue reading

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The Dysfunctional Public Safety Department at Holy Cross

I’ve run into two very significant problems at Holy Cross with the Department of Public Safety. 1.  Dispatch hangs up on me — at least twelve times in one year — no matter how often I complain to the chief … Continue reading

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Two Unhinged Staff People at Holy Cross

On Friday, I spent more than an hour at the gate 7 entrance to the College of the Holy Cross.   The Vigil for Justice began at gate 2, the main entrance.  I first had signs at gate 2 in March … Continue reading

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A Senior at Holy Cross

There is a young woman who passes by often when I am at the Vigil for Justice at Holy Cross.   From the first time she said hello, we had an easy connection.  She is kind and easy, and so am … Continue reading

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Outrageous Violations of Civil Rights Continue at the College of the Holy Cross

Yesterday people in the Holy Cross community continued to violate my civil rights.  At this time, all the evidence points to students as perpetrators.  Two signs were torn down.  One was left in the road and the other was shoved … Continue reading

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Don’t Give in to Fear

“The moment we begin to fear the opinions of others and hesitate to tell the truth that is in us, and from motives of policy are silent when we should speak, the divine floods of light and life no longer … Continue reading

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