Category Archives: College of the Holy Cross

Vigil for Justice

I began this vigil for justice after I discovered many breaches of confidentiality by Holy Cross and its president at the time, Michael McFarland.   After Philip Boroughs became president, he made no effort to address what happened and instead had … Continue reading

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I Was in the Neighborhood Yesterday

I drove by Holy Cross twice yesterday and went to a place nearby where I keep the signs for my protest.   I have not been back for the protest in recent months for several reasons, some family reasons and … Continue reading

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What it Means

I’ve received great support over the time I’ve had to spend holding Holy Cross responsible for its problems.   I’ve been lied to (about mediation and communications), I’ve been lied about (in emails sent to the HC community, for example) and … Continue reading

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Rude People

Vincent O’Rourke is no longer general counsel at Holy Cross and he said who to contact after he left.   I learned this when I contacted him via email on his last day.   So, since then I communicated with the two … Continue reading

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100 Days from Today: New Communication

Today I wrote to Holy Cross general counsel Vincent O’Rourke with an email about the need to change communication since virtually all other communication since Fr. Boroughs became president has been futile.   I reminded him that 1,132 days have passed … Continue reading

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Changing Communication

I was a philosophy major at Holy Cross at a time when most of the focus was on existentialism and history.   Some colleges were more focused on language and hermeneutics which Holy Cross covered too, but not much. For awhile  … Continue reading

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Catching Up

I’ve had so many other things to do,  and while doing those things I daydreamed about writing here and about protesting at Holy Cross, but had to do other work.   I am surprised but okay with it.    Why?  I am … Continue reading

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