Monday, October 15, 2012
Beleaguered faculty and staff at Angelo State University shook off their being left out of Presidential selection process. They ignored the fact the local paper knew Sunday evening and employees wouldn't be near the first to know in San Angelo. They gave common courtesy to Chancellor Kent Hance, the man who designed the secretive process which kept nearly everyone at ASU out of the loop. They set aside a selection process seemingly designed for this very outcome.
Like the people in Who-ville, the morning after The Grinch's raid, ASU faculty and staff joined hands and rang a chorus of joy over the "finalist" appointment of Dr. Brian May. The human spirit remains alive at Angelo State. It does my heart good to know that Texas Tech leadership and a chinsey state legislature couldn't completely crush it.
by PEU Report/State of the Division at 4:11 PM