Talk:Academy of Holy Angels
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"Holy Angels welcomes students of all racial and religious backgrounds," well thats not entirely true. In 2003 they would not admit a student because he was handicap, specifically in a wheel chair. They said "they would be unable to compensate for his disability." Therefore, without rejectio, i am going to remove this sentence from the page, and add something about their discriminatory policy. Sources will be included of course. Thanks yall!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!--Gephart 04:02, 9 December 2005 (UTC)
Since when is being handicapped considered a race or religion? I attend the school now, and one of the reasons is that Holy Angels was simply not handicap accessable back in 2003. There are no wheelchair ramps and only two elevators (It was only one elevator that dates back to the 1930s until a second modern one was added in 2003 near the Convocation Center lobby) Holy Angels simply did not have any additional funds to allocate to adding wheelchair ramps to their 2003 improvement plan.
Christopher Smith is not an alumnus. He attended AHA briefly.
Go grab a dictionary, an alumnus is a "graduate or former student of a specific school." Attending the school, even briefly, would qualify him as an alumnus.
That depends on which dictionary you pick up. Some say someone has to have a degree to be considered an alum. No matter as now there is a section for non-alums.Thinkbui 17:36, 4 September 2007 (UTC)
Added jay barriball and erik johnson back, someone removed them if you have a problem with it feel free to discuss it here but I think at a minimum erik johnson is qualified. Astadtler 01:53, 12 May 2007 (UTC)
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