First, I wanted to thank you for the thoughtful response to my
letter regarding your decision about coach Dzik. An auto response is
definitely appropriate for someone who contributes to the school,
and a great way to show that you take this matter seriously. But I
know I'm not kidding myself, for my letter was probably dismissed,
not read and thrown out with all of the others. So this letter is
not only going to you, I am not wasting my time to not be heard.
I will keep this letter short and to the point. This is a
disgrace. It really makes me embarrassed to say I attended Cabrini
College, as it does to a large majority of alum (and I wasn't even
an athlete at Cabrini). I think the worst part of this is that it
doesn't surprise me. I have come to expect this behavior from the
college, and although I always tried to stay true to my alma mater I
should have seen this coming.
You know, it strikes me that Cabrini College commonly appoints
ineffective people to important positions. It then ensures that
these people stay in those positions, because that makes it easy for
Cabrini College to treat anyone who doesn't agree with it to a
torrent of vitriol and vilification, as was Coach Dzik.
Dr. Iadarola, you somehow manage to maintain a straight face when
saying that you are known for your sound judgment, unerring
foresight, and sagacious adaptation of means to ends. I am greatly
grieved by this occurrence of falsehood and fantastic storytelling
which is the resultant of layers of social dishevelment and
disillusionment amongst the fine family of a once organized,
motivated, and cognitively enlightened college. The facts are in:
Dr. Antoinette Iadarola, you leave me no choice but to lose heart.
So, with this said, I will now cut all ties from Cabrini College
until either the administration cleans up its act, or you start
showing respect for what you have. At the rate the administration is
going, they won't have much for long, and that is not the Cabrini I
want to be associated with.
Regards from a Former Supporter,
Katherine "Kit" Hillin
Class of 2003