More . Culture Berkeley Students Insist They Cannot Take Their In-Class Exam Due to Lack of Privilege Australian Retail Giant Removes Mention of Christmas from Christmas Trees ‘Future Dead Cops’: A Hateful Tweet Exposes an Academic Cancer Steven Maurano , the spokesman for the college, tells National Review in an e-mail that “if Dr. Esolen were willing to provide a message to Fr . Shanley that might promote healing among our campus community, then Fr . Shanley would consider forwarding that message.” However, Maurano maintained that Esolen’s subsequent message reiterated what he had already published in a letter to the student newspaper. “Given that this message had already been delivered, Fr . Shanley saw no need for a second communication. Instead, he and other members of the Administration are working with Dr. Esolen to come up with an appropriate forum that will allow for dialogue and clarification between Dr. Esolen and concerned members of our campus community,” Maurano concluded.