As revealed in court filings last Friday, Amherst County Attorney Ellen Bowyer has suggested that former president of Bridgewater College, Philip Stone, be appointed as a special fiduciary to operate Sweet Briar College. In an op-ed piece yesterday, the Roanoke Times encourages Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring to back this proposal so as to stake out a neutral ground for the Attorney General in the dispute. The appointment of a special fiduciary would allow the affairs of the College, which is essentially a trust, to be steered onto a path toward saving the College, as opposed to the path the current trustees have taken.
Posted on Jun 17, 2015
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