The director of the Athletics and Leisure Center at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, found it a difficult task to get the "adult adults" who worked at the center to manage the college students who used its facilities during the pandemic.
So he hurried to some college fraternity brothers to work as "risk managers" to monitor the weight room and to ensure that masks were worn, according to an article published Wednesday in the student magazine The Bucknellian.
"Well, first we had one of the guys from physiotherapy who supervised everything, but it did not work too well," Kenneth Langone Athletics & Recreation Center administrator told the student magazine about how the center has kept up with the latest COVID 1
"Adult adults trying to do their jobs and college kids are like oil in water – they do not mix," he continued, "but it turns out that you throw some Greek letters on a T-shirt with a round neck and, bam , it's a world of difference. ”
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