Good Morning. Normally, I would be joining you this morning to welcome you to our campus, so let me do that - Welcome to Molloy College.
"It is indeed a great honor to be recognized through the naming of this beautiful structure that will be the home for approximately 100 students each year," says Dr. Drew Bogner.
"I am fully aware that changes in leadership can impact the social structure of an organization. And I am also aware that my leaving could be perceived as a possible point of departure from the way we do things," says Dr. Drew Bogner.
"I've been thinking a lot about what makes Molloy - Molloy. What defines us in a unique way? Certainly it is the mix of programs and services we offer, but there is also a culture that is unique to Molloy," says Dr. Drew Bogner.
On behalf of the Board of Trustees, faculty, administration and staff, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the 2019...
I want to begin by acknowledging the special nature of the Molloy Community that has come together today to mourn lives lost and to stand in solidarity for a different vision of the world.
"We are a community dedicated to the singular mission of education, educating those who will shape society," says Dr. Drew Bogner.
Graduating from Molloy College at the end of two-years or four-years or five-years or more. Each one of you a success story.
Fr. Tom Catania began his service to Molloy College in 1981 as an adjunct faculty member.