Members of the community have described the current condition as a school in free fall, with declining enrollment, financial deficiency, lacking leadership and an invisible Board of Trustees.
Leaders of the community who have been supportive of the school are speaking out because of regard for the welfare of the institution. Assuming that description is correct, is the Rev. (Nelson) Price questioning (whether) leaders in the community are not concerned for the institution’s welfare?
Rome needs Shorter? An institution whose current condition is in free fall?
Is Price excusing himself as former chairman of the Board of Trustees as not being responsible to hold in trust?
Memory tells me Shorter College was a thriving institution for decades and decades.