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Thursday, October 28, 2010

ASU journalists on the case

Posted By on Thu, Oct 28, 2010 at 9:10 AM

Good news. Molly Carpenter of the Arkansas State University Herald is on the increasingly smelly state of affairs at ASU where interim Chancellor Dan Howard and former ASU President Les Wyatt have been revealed to have connections to an on-line college course provider that does business with ASU. The amount of money at issue here isn't yet known, but FOI requests are flying.

Les Wyatt remains unreachable. Nice gig he's got. Making $115,000 a year for doing nothing and, perhaps, scaring up some business for a private employer with ASU.

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