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NEW PRESIDENT IN 18 YEARS!!!

History in the making…

From the Office of Student Affairs:
Tomorrow, Friday April 1st , 2016, (and this is not an April Fools joke!) the next President of The College of St. Scholastica will be introduced and welcomed to the college community! Rumor has it that she will be present for the introduction, and all students are being invited to attend either in person, or through adobe connect.  The event takes place at 10:30 am in the Benedictine Commons in the Science Building.
This is the first new President for the College in 18 years, and the first female president of the College since 1971.  She will also be the first lay female President ever.
I think this is a milestone reached in the history of the college. The new president will be taking the baton stick from Dr. Larry Goodwin, the current president. It is good to be here… Zvakanaka kuva pano… Looking forward to the next chapter in the college’s history!!
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