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The head of the athletics and recreational center at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, found that getting the “grown adults” working at the center to manage the college students utilizing its facilities during the pandemic was a difficult task.
So, he rushed in a few college fraternity brothers to work as “risk managers” to help monitor weight room occupancy and to ensure masks were being worn, according to an article published Wednesday in the student newspaper The Bucknellian.
“Well, at first we had one of the guys from physical therapy monitoring everything, but that wasn’t working too well,” the Kenneth Langone Athletics & Recreation Center administrator told the student newspaper regarding how the center has been keeping up with enforcing the latest in COVID-19 protocols.
“Grown adults trying to do their jobs and college kids are like oil in water — they just don’t mix,” he continued, “but turns out, you throw a few Greek letters on a crew neck T-shirt and, bam, it’s a world of a difference.”
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When the newest incarnation of Disney’s “101 Dalmatians” is released in May, the protagonists may just want to hand those spotted puppies over to Cruella de Vil if they knew it would cost nearly $750,000 to insure the dogs for their lifetime.