|Kiss Harvard goodbye.|
The Senior Salute will probably continue.
By Mary Ann Mueller
VOL Special Correspondent
Aug. 24, 2015
St. Paul's School was founded in 1856 as a private institution for refined gentlemanly learning for well-to-do Episcopalian boys in antebellum Concord, New Hampshire. As the Revolutionary War was fading into memory, the reorganizing Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America was just getting solid footing in New World America.
The school, with ties to The Episcopal Church, has had its ups and downs during its, sometimes turbulent, 159-year history. Throughout its history the school, nestled in 2,000 wooded acres, has had a strong attachment to gentlemanly sports -- in fact, one of the first assignments the newly established school gave was to "go fishing." This is something the school brags about on its website.
Fast forward to 2014 -- sordid secret sex societies were back. One alleged aspect of the on-campus open sexually-charged culture was the "Senior Salute," where St. Paul's graduating seniors would allegedly "compete with each other to see who would have the most sexual encounters before they graduate." A running tally was supposedly kept on the wall behind the washers.
|The restrictions of his divorce were|
never followed by WELS or the Little Sect -
they are above the law.