Ovatio for Dr. Fauci and Response
The Michigan Classical Caucus recently sent an ovatio to Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases in the United States.
They recently posted the response they received from Dr. Fauci's office in a release to their members. The release follows:
Dear MCC Members,
Recently, two of your past presidents and the Secretary-Treasurer sent a message to Dr. Anthony Fauci on behalf of the Michigan Classical Caucus. Dr. Fauci, in case you did not know, received a Classical education at the Jesuit high school in Brooklyn: 4 years of Latin, 3 years of Greek. He went to the College of the Holy Cross in Massachusetts for his undergraduate degree/pre-med majoring in Classics: Greek philosophy focus. We felt that since he is not shy about praising his background, we should not be shy in thanking him.
We created an OVATIO for him and forwarded it to his office. We realize that he is extremely pre-occupied right now, but we wanted to let him know that people think highly of him for things besides this pandemic and how he trying to help us through it. (He still credits his background in philosophy as a help.)
We have received the following response from his staff:
Thank you for your recent email directed to Anthony S. Fauci, M.D., director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), National Institutes of Health. As you may imagine, Dr. Fauci has a great deal of professional responsibilities at this time. For this reason, he has asked me to respond to your email.
We truly appreciate your kind remarks and thank you for sharing your Ovatio to Dr. Fauci.
We extend our best wishes to you and the members of the Michigan Classical Caucus.