Achieving closure - Opinion
| April 29, 2011Here is the Wimsey reply: The late professor is sadly no longer with us and his “privacy” has already been breached in the most public way. He was suddenly dismissed from his teaching position at one of the most prestigious universities in the world.
Editorial: Informational ambiguity - Opinion
| April 27, 2011The University ought to have taken a more straightforward and honest approach in reporting Calvo’s death.
Tilghman speaks on Calvo’s death - News
| April 25, 2011
In the two weeks since lecturer Antonio Calvo took his own life, members of the University community and global news outlets alike have demanded explanations for Calvo’s abrupt departure from the University.
Community members gather to mourn Calvo - News
| April 20, 2011
On Tuesday, the Office of Religious Life hosted a gathering of remembrance for senior lecturer Antonio Calvo, whose sudden death last week has shocked and troubled students and faculty.
Questions raised about Calvo’s death - News
| April 19, 2011
The University has not released further details about the recent passing of senior lecturer Antonio Calvo, a member of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures.
However, former colleagues and friends of Calvo’s said that he took his own life last Tuesday in New York City.