University of Detroit, where I did my first year of college, was a Jesuit school; the only A+ I ever received in a class was Philosophy 101, taught by an amazing Jesuit priest. Every issue of the Varsity News featured an advice column called “Dear Abbot,” answered by the head of the monastery. In the April Fools’ issue, however, I took over. Caveat: In the second question, my youthful libertarian leanings are showing.
Varsity News, c. April 1979