The fact that the Board of Trustees is not reviewing the Freeh Report is a terrible assesment.
When there is an injustice, you correct it. There are major assumptions being made about a man, and an institution, without facts in evidence and you would like us just to accept it. Based on these conclusions, they wish to implement major changes.
It sounds like a very shaky foundation. It seems like these days the media and journalism has come down to just accepting a story as true without checking the facts. Whatever happened to the concept of seeking the truth?
In this situation it seems as though the trustees are protecting someone or hiding something. I will move on when I see due process.
Class of 1985