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Friday, January 17, 2003 Wonder how this plays with the alumni?
The Association of Bisexuals, Gays and Lesbians at Holy Cross hosts a drag ball. The blue-wigged transvestite cavorting with the feather-boa-grinding Chippendale boy in photo three is identified as a member of the English faculty.
(Perhaps they have a concentration in Ed Wood Studies. *)
And above Prof. Ireland's entry on the English faculty page, note the biographical blurb on his colleague Prof. Geracht, the humanities chair-holder, which rather neatly captures the ethos of literary studies in today's academe:
(I am also fond of a large variety of cheeses, red wines-especially Burgundy-and bread and chocolate)
The scholar as sybarite: Muscular Christianity, indeed, on Mt. St. James.