CT suburb censors student-written Iraq play; Hoyas losing because I'm watching, better go make dinner

I read about this yesterday in the NYT. I started a post about Wilton, CT also but just didn’t finish it. It’s a well-to-do suburb not far from NYC with a very good public school system. Which makes it all the more surprising to me and others that its administration is banning the performance of a student-written play about Iraq.

The incident is getting excellent coverage and if you can give it a moment, please do – either by posting about it or leaving encouragement in their guestbook which you can find here at their website.

Meanwhile, the Hoyas are falling apart since I started watching about 15 mins. ago. Guess I better go make dinner and say some Hail Maries (Marys?) or something and not come back until the game is over. I’m sure there’s more than a few of us who saw GU lose to UNC 25 years ago who feel like I do.

4 thoughts on “CT suburb censors student-written Iraq play; Hoyas losing because I'm watching, better go make dinner

  1. I’m so glad I’m not the only one glued to basketball. 🙂 It’s nice to be able to adopt your team and be an honorary fan – makes the tournament so much fun!So … what does Hoya mean?

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