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OP-ED: University should solve censorship issue

By February 10, 2009

When I wrote an e-mail to University President Jehuda Reinharz and all of Brandeis' trustees last summer saying Brandeis was in "revolt," little did I know the big revolt was yet to come.

The Rose Art Museum controversy is just the latest issue to put the president's judgment in question. With a declining endowment, donor outrage, withering press coverage, a sharp decrease in applications and extensive faculty and student resistance, Brandeis is only one or two steps from the brink of chaos. It cannot afford a leader whose decisions lack transparency and reasonable decision-making processes... Download file "5"

Schools: Brandeis University