Governing bodies for higher education need reform

Sep 8, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Crimson White

Auburn alumni erupted into an outcry over the summer when a committee Governor Bentley serves on recommended Bobby Lowder for another term on the school's board of trustees.

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Auburn, AL

#1 Sep 8, 2011
I read it and its liberal rubbish.

Tustin, CA

#3 Sep 9, 2011
leticia olalia morales of 15501 pasadena ave #h tustin ca 92780 submitted fake documents and paid 5000 dollars to a labor attache name snadman at the US embassy in manila in exchange for a US tourist visa. she also used fake employment records in her application for a US work visa. she is now petitioning for one of her sons. her husband carlos b. morales also used fake documents (bank statements and land titles) in his application for a US tourist visa which was later approved. her son carlos olalia morales III also used and helped 3 other people obtain fake documents in their application for tourist visas which was later approved.

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