Maybe Rabbi Moshe Weinberger will bring YU "back to the fold?"
Then again, they're focusing too much on his past as a YU talmid, which doesn't bode well for us. That would tell us that they want him to get in line with the others, like Rabbi Joshua. The Mashgiach Reb Joshua, s'klingt zeyer modneh. I also wonder if twice a week and a few Shabbosos is enough to put your stamp on a large institution such as YU.