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What do RRC's students think of Forsyth's departure?

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This article was published 3/9/2014 (934 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.

What are students saying on campus?

The Free Press asked Red River College students Wednesday about Stephanie Forsyth's departure: Does the news of her departure concern you?

Lauren Wycoff


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"I don't think I know enough about what she has done or is doing or plans to do or planned to do, to make any kind of real judgment (and) maybe that says something -- that I don't know enough about what she's doing. To be honest, I don't know if I care all that much, and maybe that also says something. Maybe I should care a little bit more about who the president of my college is... I think the president of the college is a largely political figure. I've met her and she's really, really nice."

—Jordan Power, second-year creative communications student

"I hope things don't change. I have no idea what that means now that she's gone, I wish I knew... I love what Red River is about so I hope they don't change anything. They're an independent school and they do things a lot differently than anybody else... I didn't know anything about this."

—Lauren Wycoff, first-year business administration student


"I only have a year left here, so I'm not worried per se. I want more information before I hear who our next president's going to be and who they're looking at. I think (the students) should be alerted and have information because we are under their power, if you want to say."

—Breanna Vitti, second-year library and information technology student


"I'm not up to date with it, so I don't think I can really answer that. I remember a couple of months ago, the only thing I remember were the words "golf clubs" or something with golf shoes. That's as far as I know, and there was some issues with it. I remember a lot of that, but it kind of disappeared... and now it's just popping up...

I heard most of that in the last week."

—George Quero, second-year business information technology student


"Honestly, I thought that it was all resolved, the whole thing about her using college money. I thought that it turned out to be not as big of a deal and that she was respected again. I should know about it, she's our college president. I trust that Red River College will make a good decision -- it doesn't concern me. I think that there's enough people involved that they'll make a smart decision on what to do next."

—Janet Seniuk, second-year creative communications student


—Compiled by Jessica Botelho-Urbanski


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Updated on Thursday, September 4, 2014 at 9:42 AM CDT: Swaps photos

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