[vcf-midatlantic] VCF East...
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Mon Mar 9 18:10:32 EDT 2020
Tony Bogan wrote:
> Ethan, it's impossible for me or anyone else to say what will happen or
> even give an educated guess.
> TCF is in 12 days and is still on schedule. Princeton University announced
> today that AFTER Spring Break they want students to remain home for
> two weeks, at which time they will re-evaluate the situation. Spring break
> for Princeton doesn't start until the 14th of March, so exams continue as
> planned so they aren't shutting down early, just taking advantage of a
> in break and extending if deemed necessary. My daughter just called me
> while typing this response to tell me Monmouth University just cancelled
> classes a week early before Spring Break to extend the "down time" while
> the situation is monitored (apparently Seton Hall did the same thing)
This is exactly the kind of thing I am interested in.
> These events are happening more than 6 weeks in advance of when VCF
> East is scheduled, and much can change (for better or worse) in that time
Again, understood. but these days six weeks can go by in a blink for me.
> I'm but one of a group of people who are involved in those process, so
> my comments as such.
> However, I would ask from a personal standpoint that people give us the
> few days for the public response (read: official response) to come out and
> the Wednesday Operations meeting at IA where I can get an update from IA
> on their plans, feelings, etc.
I'm not making any decisions yet, just beginning to think on it.
> Impossible for us to please everyone and accommodate everyone's schedules
> and desires (I've talked to numerous people who are hoping we don't have
> reschedule, and others who think we should right now)
Yes, I understand that it is a tough call.
> All we can do is be upfront about where we are and where we may be going,
> then update as circumstances change.
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