In Monday’s CDT, trustee Keith Masser indicated a need to examine how we can better inject diversity in our process of electing future alumni trustees. That could mean many things.
I take it to mean that the current group of elected trustees don’t necessarily see eye to eye with him. That’s a good thing.
Of apparent similar mind, trustee Richard Dandrea talked about decreasing the size of the board by reducing the number of trustees elected by the alumni from nine to six.
Words cannot describe my frustration and disgust for these non-elected trustees that most of the time seem to take strong stances on important issues that are almost certainly diametrically opposed to most of my fellow alums.
I am starting to feel Penn State Forever Frustrated.