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Safety Dance Affidavits

Latest filings in the Safety Dance case include: Affidavit 1, Affidavit 2 and Revised Memo in Opposition to Motion to Dismiss.

1) Why won’t the Record cover this case? I don’t think that they have provided a single update after their original article.

2) Why won’t the College settle? Just give Doe his degree and move on.

3) The longer this drags on, the worse things like for Williams. Check out those affidavits!


This is from current (!) Williams employee Brian Marquis. I do not think that the Brzezinski he is referring to his Mika . . .

Settle the case!

How much of this heartburn does Adam Falk want? Consider the other affidavit, from current (!) Williams Security (!) officer Joshua Costa.


Settle the case!

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#1 Comment By John C. Drew, Ph.D. On March 27, 2017 @ 1:29 pm

Looks like Ian Brzezinski graduated from Williams the semester prior to when I arrived on campus, in 1986. I don’t remember hearing anything about him.


His sister, Mika, left in 1989, the same time I exited.


I remember the young Mika pretty much as she is today, just as intense, but maybe more shy. I remember my colleagues were proud to have Zbigniew Brzezinski’s daughter on board.

#2 Comment By Dick Swart ’56 On March 27, 2017 @ 1:49 pm

I am reminded of the old Army rollcall joke involving long and difficult last names:

Sargent: Brzezinski!

Answer from
rear rank Which one, Sir?

#3 Comment By concerned eph ’17 On March 27, 2017 @ 3:26 pm

1) Why won’t the Record cover this case?

I’m planning to do a future post on this, but just to jump the gun a little, consider the response from Dean Dave when a current student and friend once pressed him with difficult questions on why some academic policy is haphazardly applied to students:

“You know, the Dean’s Office tries to build relationships with all students. If we don’t have a relationship, and you need us at some point, we might not be able to help you.”

It is entirely within the realm of possibility that reporters of the Record faced the same statements. Looks like the “no uniformity to the College’s application of its policies and procedures” extends well beyond cases of sexual misconduct. Very concerning!