Official Fountain Incident Report is Imminent

Dean Mike just announced via email that a full report on last semester’s Fountain Avenue incident (remember that?) is almost complete and will be released in the next few weeks.

The report has been developed by a working group chaired by Dean Mike, and is supposed to outline the major issues regarding the incident and make recommendations about how to deal with them in the future:

Once he receives the report, President Roth will again meet with Middletown police and civic leaders to discuss the findings. It seems clear that local and campus officials as well as the Wesleyan Student Assembly will all be critical players in resolving the many issues that this incident has illuminated.

Definitely something to keep an eye on this semester.

To refresh your memory (and let new Wes students know), here is all our past coverage of what happened: [the Fountain incident]

4 thoughts on “Official Fountain Incident Report is Imminent

  1. Anonymous

    Hmmm…the dean investigates himself? If he was not involved in the decision to call the police, does he really need a committee to tell him that was a mistake? If he was involved, will the committee he leads chastise him for making a dumb move? Or is it going to be a whitewash…blaming “unruly” students for partying on the last night of school…Only time will tell.

  2. Anonymous

    Hmmm…the dean investigates himself?

    If he was not involved in the decision to call the police, does he really need a committee to tell him that was a mistake? If he was involved, will the committee he leads chastise him for making a dumb move? Or is it going to be a whitewash…blaming “unruly” students for partying on the last night of school…Only time will tell.

  3. Anonymous

    I am so glad something like that exists. I’m not sure what the report will say, or if anyone will pay attention, but I’m glad the incident was not swept entirely under the rug.

  4. Anonymous

    I am so glad something like that exists. I’m not sure what the report will say, or if anyone will pay attention, but I’m glad the incident was not swept entirely under the rug.

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