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Stephanie’s viewpoint.

Stephanie’s viewpoint.

September 2, 2007 Having dinner at Macaroni Grill today, my wife and I met up with a server named Stephanie. I thought she was a student and she said she was when asked. This began a long running conversation between her serving duties as to her education at a junior college and transfer to a state college, CSUF. She was unhappy with some of the aspects of both experiences at her former junior college and at the state university. Here…

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Suggestions for Reforming State College and Universities.

Suggestions for Reforming State College and Universities.

Exit interviews should be required for every staff member that leaves a college or university for any reason. The Sovereign power of the state, the people, owns the company, the college and university. The Sovereign power has final decision making for performance issues. It makes sense to require this check for performance. All exit interviews should be made public. The people of the state own the college and university. One could equate the people‚Äôs interests in their institutions much like…

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Tables turned and tax payer pays.

Tables turned and tax payer pays.

The bad: allegedly a staff member was brought up on charges of assaulting another staff member. The good: During the legal proceedings, allegedly, the attorney for the university discovered that the work unit administrator was so allegedly deficient that the campus had to pay a very large settlement to the very employee that they wanted to punish. That employee, it is rumored, took that money and became a very successful day trader.

Tax payers pay for duplication.

Tax payers pay for duplication.

Two new TV studios had to be built on the same campus where a very large TV studio practically sat empty, only occasionally used for acting classes. The cost to the taxpayers for this duplication allegedly was in the millions.