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The Road Goes On

Wednesday, January 26, 2005 at 10:05 AM

The Baylor Saga

Get Religion has this great post criticizing the inadequate press coverage of the conflict at Baylor that led to President Robert Sloan's resignation last week.

Fr. Jape, resident blogger for The New Pantagruel , has this recent commentary which links to an article I wrote last Spring about the dynamics shaping the fight over Baylor.

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