Here are some facts, findings, and dates:
- More than 12% of students (727) taking at least one in-person course disclosed a positive COVID test during the semester.
- 36 employees disclosed a positive COVID test during the semester.
- The peak reporting of new cases occurred on 8/24 with 79 new cases, 16 days after students moved into on-campus housing and 12 days after classes began.
- The peak of active infections (i.e. total cases 14-day window) occurred on 8/31 with 539 cases (9% of students  taking at least one in-person course), 23 days after students moved into on-campus housing and 19 days after classes began.
- GC president, Steve Dorman, threatened students with suspension over non-compliance with university policy on 8/25.
- GC Student Life announced the creation of a COVID CARE Response Team on 9/8.
- GC Student Health Services began offering no-cost COVID-19 saliva tests on 9/11.
- USG chancellor, Steve Wrigley, announced that we will "stay the course" on 9/15.
- Under remarkably similar circumstances (i.e. 700 student cases on ~4000-student campus), SUNY-Oneonta president, Barbara Jean Morris, resigned on 10/15.
A few notes:
- The data are primarily confirmed test results volunteered by students and employees, which means the actual numbers are certainly higher than reported.
- At no point before or during the semester did the administration conduct any systematic contact tracing.
- The administration neither required nor offered testing of students or employees before returning to campus for the semester.
- 5859 students took at least one in-person course during the semester.
- The administration published "employee" test results but did not distinguish between faculty and staff, and I have been unable to find a total count of current employees on campus.