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UH fiasco trying public's patience

By Star-Advertiser staff

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Sep 26, 2012

~~<p>An important function was performed for the public in Monday's state Senate hearing: shining a light on a compounding blunder by the University of Hawaii administration that's been obscured by a protective fog for several weeks.</p>
<p>The infuriating part is that it took the Senate to provide this service. The Senate Special Committee on Accountability, by convening the hearing, stepped up to seek an accounting of the Stevie Wonder concert debacle, which started to unfold in early July. That quest should have been the duty of the UH Board of Regents, which for several weeks seemed to be part of the problem instead of getting to the bottom of it.</p>
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An important function was performed for the public in Monday's state Senate hearing: shining a light on a compounding blunder by the University of Hawaii administration that's been obscured by a protective fog for several weeks.

The infuriating part is that it took the Senate to provide this service. The Senate Special Committee on Accountability, by convening the hearing, stepped up to seek an accounting of the Stevie Wonder concert debacle, which started to unfold in early July. That quest should have been the duty of the UH Board of Regents, which for several weeks seemed to be part of the problem instead of getting to the bottom of it. Login for more...



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