We were lucky to have Sean Spicer at Willard College for a few hours. And we wish him well at his new academic home, HARVARD UNIVERSITY. Needless to say, we aren’t surprised to find Willard College and Harvard College showing up in the same news story. Clearly, these are two academic institutions that value integrity, honesty, and intellectual rigor. Good luck Harvard! Good luck Dr. Spicer!
Sincerely, Interim-Temporary President Dr. Gauleiter
Dear Colleagues, Can we be better? Yes. How much better? Quite a bit. Are we willing to expend the time, energy, and money to make those positive changes happen? It depends. What are we talking about? Will the changes change anything? Or will the changes just be more of the same? My name is Henry Cotton and I am the acting deposed president of Willard College and I’ve hacked the Willard College website to share these thoughts with you. I don’t have much time because the Public Safety may have already noticed this breach to the security of the server. If I did anything during my tenure as your president, it was asking tough questions? I’m not afraid to ask the questions. But was I ready to hear the answers? May be. Who says I wasn’t? Someone is coming. I gotta go. HC
Willard College takes another step forward, reaching above and beyond standard “best-practices” as they relate to college finances, enrollment management, and campus facilities as we join RCI
Weeks, the world’ premier Time Share corporation. This is a classic example of building a new brand through collaboration with a brand pioneer. Details to follow
Vice Provost of Financial Affairs and interim-General Counsel, Dr. Glutina Sucre
Former Provost Gauleiter and temporary interim-President of Willard College
We welcome Dr. Gorka to the Willard College campus for the upcoming academic year.
Willard College has no comment at this juncture.
Dear Willard College Community,
When you come to campus on Monday be advised of the new Traffic Circle at the center of campus. The installation of this fuel saving device follows on the footsteps of the elimination of personal vehicles from our soon to be carbon-neutral campus.
We thank Mr. Spicer for his 57 minutes of service to Willurd College and wish him good luck in his future endeavors. There will be reception for Mr. Spicer and his wife Glydia Spicer this afternoon in the common room of the Egas Moniz Student Center. Gluten-free ice cream will be served by administrators. Bring your own bowl and spoon if you do not like eating ice cream from a cone.
Sincerely, Willard College Board of Trustees