Pension Demands: A Disgusting Display
Friday, January 28, 2011
Category: Opinion > Letters to the Editor
In an apparent attempt to be humorous, UC Berkeley School of Law Dean Christopher Edley refers to himself and his self-serving cohorts as "craven scum."
Sadly the characterization is more true than funny. The implicit requirement for senior campus executives is the well being of the university. Since they are more interested in lining their pockets while others are making sacrifices for the university, they are failing their duty and should all be fired. Contrary to Edley's assertion, there is plenty of talent available these days willing to work for less with greater ethics. What a horrible example of greed they are showing students.
Bernard Haisch, Ph.D. Former deputy director, UC Berkeley Center for Extreme Ultraviolet Astrophysics
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