Talk:Patrick Ellis

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Not well liked[edit]

This article currently reads "He was not well liked by the Catholic University Community and was eventually forced out". There is not citation for this statement and it reads more like an opinion. I also find it suspect that the statement is made from an anonymous person rather than a registered user who can be questioned about it. I also wonder if there is any citation for the sentence: "His administration at CUA was marked in part by threatened restriction of the student media and a letter he wrote to the student government president disparaging undergraduates' study habits." How do we know that this is correct?

I'm deleting the first sentence. If there is any backing, please revise.

Craig.borchardt 8 January 2007

Again, this edit was made to this article by an anonymous user.

"He was not well liked by the Catholic University Community and was eventually forced out."

If you have a citation, please add it. Otherwise, this sentence is more of an opinion. It is also made by someone who is not a registered user who cannot be questioned about it.

Craig.borchardt 17 February 2007

I'm deleting this sentence: "His administration at CUA was marked in part by threatened restriction of the student media and a letter he wrote to the student government president disparaging undergraduates' study habits."

There is still no citation for this statement. If you can provide a citation, please revise.

Craig.borchardt 12 March 2007