Op-Ed

December 20, 2014 8:00 PM

Board of Governors’ review of UNC centers has clear agenda

Joseph Polich: This was a content-review ambush hidden beneath budget qualifications and “phases.” If the BOG decides to close the Poverty Center or the Center for Civil Rights – I say “close” because cuts aren’t possible as neither of these centers receives state funding – its lines of questioning would suggest that the justification was the ex post facto application of a “diverse opinions” policy that was unheard of .

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