Tag Archives: Vigil for Justice

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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Moved to Worcester and Ready to Go!

The College of the Holy Cross is in Worcester, Massachusetts.   The past three years I’ve made day trips (two and a half hours each way), or stayed with friends but had to leave my dogs home, and also tried renting … Continue reading

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The Main Reason I Can Make This Vigil for Justice Last As Long as it Takes

Instead of ever doing anything to turn in the Jesuit perpetrator on federal sex crimes, the president of the College of the Holy Cross focused all his effort on threatening me with trespass.   Trespass, when there never was any, instead … Continue reading

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Moving to Worcester in a Few Days

I will be a full time resident of Worcester very soon — living there for the first time since I was an undergrad at Holy Cross.   I have been traveling for the Vigil for Justice and staying with friends, taking … Continue reading

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Philip Boroughs’ Total for the Kakuma Refugee Camp and the ACLU of Massachusetts: $10,000

Continuing what I started a month ago, I am assessing top leadership of Holy Cross with penalties and penance for the long delays it has subjected me to.    Over 900 days ago, the college told me it agreed to settlement … Continue reading

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Holding the Board of Trustees Responsible

I sent this to the Board of Trustees today, via the college lawyer Vincent O’Rourke: Dear Board, My efforts to contact you have all been ignored.   I will stay with the Vigil for Justice for as long as it takes … Continue reading

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“Go Home!”

It’s always the drunks or the idiots that yell “Go HOME!” when I am at the Vigil for Justice at Holy Cross.  It happens every few weeks.   I now have a standard reply: “Go back to HIGH SCHOOL!!” But it … Continue reading

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