When a university, or any organization, and its recruiting firm set out to find a new leader, they usually begin and end in a delusion. They declare their intention to find the best person for the job and, once all the sorting and sifting are done, they announce that they have indeed found the best person for the job. The odds are they have done no such thing—and, more to the point, there is...
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Holy Cross to cancel classes Friday for sensitivity summit after report of anti-gay assault https://t.co/wdpiN9RgYF | also see https://t.co/tCahZX46lr https://t.co/QcF9mPYw9o and https://t.co/DYVQG5kCt9 #HigherEducation #lgbtqa
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