In the RG, here:
Inquiring minds should be encouraged to ask questions. The leaders of those inquiring minds should do the same.
It cannot have been easy. No other trustee followed her lead. She wasn’t sticking to the script. Ralph asked her colleagues to engage in a genuine — unrehearsed — discussion about the issue. Now, thanks to the attention her question has brought, they probably will have that discussion.
I couldn’t agree more. The original Diane Dietz story, with hundreds of comments, is here. Ralph is also the only trustee who publicly raised questions about the BOT’s willingness to pay more than comparator salaries for a new UO president.