Fessio wrote that he told Donahue [University founder and predominant benefactor] in November that the present administration at the university was “irrevocably wedded” to policies that were at the root of financial problems at the university and that without a change in administration, the university was “at great risk.”
The good Father's only mistake was crossing a man who thinks money may not buy happiness, but it can get you damn near everything else. Apparently the previous attempt at removing Fessio didn't teach certain people anything.
Even in college, some people never learn.
[THIS JUST IN: Father Z has Father Fessio's own account.]