When I was an undergraduate student, there were very few education courses at the College of the Holy Cross. One of them was Principles of Guidance, a once-weekly seminar. As a sophomore, I didn’t think I had a chance to get into the course, but as it turned out, I was accepted. This was my first of many classes with Dean Joseph Maguire. Going forward, I had at least one class with him each of my remaining semesters in college.
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