Mason burns two subordinates two days before her own evaluation at the Board.
"What? You expect me to take responsibility for what my staff does at my direction?"
I guess you have to be in the private sector to find this most obvious move (it was obvious when she said her GC was not attending the Board meeting) puerile.
Is the Board of Regents truly this lacking? Will they really allow her to sacrifice arbitrarily two staff in hopes of keeping her job?
I particularly enjoy the GC pro tem's resume: she's been on every committee including the Cedar County Garbage Truck Multi-Cultural Self-Improvement Redecoration Planning Commission.
Anyone who is doing three paragraphs of committee work is a lawyer I won't be hiring to solve a problem. Though I'm sure the garbage trucks are now painted a soft and friendly color, and the minor issue of institutional indifference to the plight of a scholarship student accusing another (two) or rape, is rapidly headed out of town, to the landfill.
Will someone out there call her on this?
Man, I hope the Regents are not so go-along-get-along to tolerate this kind of Amateur Hour gambit. Will they? Got leadership?