Stepping into Boyle’s office, I was surprised to see Colin and Jamie sitting across from the massive desk. I looked at them questioningly, but their shrugs signaled they didn’t know anything either.
“You’ve been up to see the damage?” Colin asked.
“That might work. I’ll make sure it gets on the agenda then. Also, what do you think about a student protest, or picket line at the Admin Building ... just as the board arrives, or just outside their window. I can get the media out for that, and probably get an op ed piece in the A-J if the boys want to write one. What did President Parker say?” I asked.
“Here’s hoping. Now, tell me, Professor Murphy, where are we going Saturday?”
Smiling, because I like surprises, I said, “Yes, sir.”
“Good. I’ll pick you up at 7:30. Be hungry.”