Cuts to Pernsteiner’s Treetops maid service?

Christian Whithol has the story in the RG:

Oregon’s top higher education officials are engaged in a hypothetical analysis of financial pressures that the state’s public universities, including the University of Oregon, face over the next few years. 

But they want to keep the projections secret. …

Pernsteiner said he’d only release the projections “if I were assured that it wouldn’t be misconstrued and misinterpreted.”

Stay calm George. You may lose the maids, but Oregon tuition money is still going to pay your mortgage and croissant expenses. The RG is reporting on the “executive” meeting that OUS Counsel Ryan Hagemann kicked me out of. 1/21/2013.

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One Response to Cuts to Pernsteiner’s Treetops maid service?

  1. Anonymous says:

    Gee, I wonder if the information is potentially relevant to collective bargaining (even though it is not “data” since it just concerns “modeling.”

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