President David Greene joined CNBC’s “Power Lunch” on July 10 to discuss Colby’s plans to reopen the College this fall, to provide 85,000 tests to students and employees in the fall semester, and to identify people who might be infected before they’re actually contagious. “That allows us to then quarantine those people, to contract trace, and to isolate other individuals as we need to,” President Greene said.
In an email to Colby students, Vice President and Harold Alfond Director of Athletics Mike Wisecup said, “The NESCAC Conference announced that there would not be conference play and championships this fall. We are still exploring whether there are possibilities for a more limited, local competition schedule for some teams this fall, but that will ultimately be determined by safety considerations. We remain fully committed to finding every possible way to provide exciting and enriching opportunities.”