Chairman of the UO Board of Trustees believes reform is unnecessary

But will Uncle Phil and Tim Boyle set up another PAC to bully the legislature from doing it anyway? Daily Emerald reporter Will Cozine has the interview here:

When asked about recent calls from activist groups — like Democratize UO — to democratize the board, Lillis said the university’s growth since the BOT was created is proof that reform is unnecessary.

“I have confidence that our students, campus community and public at large have benefited significantly since the board was created by state legislation in 2014,” Lillis said.

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3 Responses to Chairman of the UO Board of Trustees believes reform is unnecessary

  1. Dogmatic Ratios says:

    Confidence: without reviewed research or an independent audit. Conclusion: the Chair of the Board of Trustees is a fanatic.

    “I have confidence that our students, campus community and public at large have benefited significantly since the board was created by state legislation in 2014,” Lillis said.

  2. Anas clypeata says:

    Growth since 2014?

    Not according to https://ir.uoregon.edu/enrollment

    Total enrollment, 2014-15: 24,181
    Total enrollment, 2021-22: 22,298

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