Messitte Reflects on a Busy Start
Ripon College President Zach Messitte sat down with the Ripon Commonwealth Press to discuss his first six months guiding the College.
“[I’ve] met just hundreds of people, students, faculty, staff, alumni, people in the community,” he told the Commonwealth Press, “so I’ve really tried my best to get out and talk to people, listen, ask questions, and try and get a sense of the college’s place in the community but also where the college goes in terms of its priorities.”
The Commonwealth Press has the full article in their print edition, and a portion of the story is online here.
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