The University of Illinois Has Its Own Email Scandal, and It Isn’t Pretty – Slate Magazine

And he suggested that the university must generally pay more attention to the views of state citizens. “I think the university, as the state’s public university, needs to, in many ways, reflect the values of the state,” Kennedy wrote. “If we become too cavalier in our attitudes about this, then the people of the state and their representatives will respond. They’ll hinder our ability to free ourselves of unwanted procurement rules, they’ll limit our ability to provide supplemental retirement benefits, they’ll acquiesce to a decrease in … support for the university.”


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