The college’s COVID-19 policies have proven to be effective and quick when reacting to an outbreak. However, proactive efforts to prevent the coronavirus from making its way onto campus have not been as effective as the college desires.
While it is the College’s stated mission to ride out the storm, President Favazza personally commented to the Hilltopper that, “Given all the issues we are facing at this moment, we will have some big financial challenges for next year”.
Upon winning the election Flandreau told the Hilltopper, “We are here for the students. We have some big shoes to fill, but we are very confident that we can maintain and keep going with this organization. It was a long two weeks, but completely worth it.” Chrisom added, “We’d also like to thank both the Francis and Gagliardi campaigns for running a clean and competitive race, and wish them all the best going forward.”
If a lack of transparency and accessibility concerned you last year, as it did this author, have faith in this: change is ahead.
The situation was referred to by a staff member as a “complete lack of acknowledgment of the success of Women’s Basketball…”. Questions and concerns were raised by staff and community members to athletics, senior administration, and communications, all to be left unanswered.