Relationship Between Sullivan and Dragas Still Tense

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A report in Saturday's Washington Post claims conflicts continue between University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan and Rector Helen Dragas.
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huck

Charlottesville, VA

#1 Mar 2, 2013
get your vendetta on
too much secrecy in the process will elevate suspicion and bad blood all around
duuuu

Charlottesville, VA

#2 Mar 2, 2013
and this is news because....
sez you

Charlottesville, VA

#3 Mar 2, 2013
Like they were gonna become best buds after what happened. Sullivan should of walked away from UVA and said good riddance.
Missy

Palmyra, VA

#4 Mar 2, 2013
duuuu wrote:
and this is news because....
And this is news because:

(1) UVA is the premier institution of higher education in the state of Virginia (and receives the highest tax dollars, even though it continues to operate with less state/federal revenue)
(2) UVA is the largest employer in the region
(3) UVA graduates students who go on to positions of importance in the state, in the country, in the world
(4) UVA's Board of Visitors's (through Mrs. Dragas) micromanagement of the presidency will continue to hurt the institution
(5) UVA's prestige and national rankings have been seriously damaged already by Mrs. Dragas and her minions on the BoV
(6)... blah blah blah

For a hundred other reasons, this is news.
sez you

Charlottesville, VA

#5 Mar 2, 2013
Missy wrote:
<quoted text>
And this is news because:
(1) UVA is the premier institution of higher education in the state of Virginia (and receives the highest tax dollars, even though it continues to operate with less state/federal revenue)
(2) UVA is the largest employer in the region
(3) UVA graduates students who go on to positions of importance in the state, in the country, in the world
(4) UVA's Board of Visitors's (through Mrs. Dragas) micromanagement of the presidency will continue to hurt the institution
(5) UVA's prestige and national rankings have been seriously damaged already by Mrs. Dragas and her minions on the BoV
(6)... blah blah blah
For a hundred other reasons, this is news.
UVA is an alternative when you can't get in somewhere else.
Barnaby Jones

Charlottesville, VA

#8 Mar 2, 2013
sez you
writes
UVA is an alternative when you can't get in somewhere else.

oh so true...
most of the undergrads confuse UVA with MIT; Harvard; Stanford and
Princeton

let us continue on with the great practice of grade inflation....
because it's not about what you know; its about how you feel.
JimFromTheValley

Broadway, VA

#9 Mar 2, 2013
It is the governor's fault for his incomprehensibly stupid decision to re-appoint Dragas.
sez you

Charlottesville, VA

#10 Mar 2, 2013
Barnaby Jones wrote:
sez you
writes
UVA is an alternative when you can't get in somewhere else.
oh so true...
most of the undergrads confuse UVA with MIT; Harvard; Stanford and
Princeton
let us continue on with the great practice of grade inflation....
because it's not about what you know; its about how you feel.
UVA does have a good Law school and school of architecture but thats it.
Richard m Davis

Charlottesville, VA

#13 Mar 3, 2013
Helen Dragas has been and continues to be a total embarassment to the University and to me as an alumni. We all know how she got appointed, and money indeed makes strange bedfellows. Please go home Ms. Dragas and stick to your business. Richard Davis '53
sez you

Charlottesville, VA

#16 Mar 3, 2013
How about a Dragas and Dumler going away party. Run them both out of town on a poll, Dumler might enjoy that.
Judy

Charlottesville, VA

#17 Mar 3, 2013
Barnaby Jones wrote:
sez you
writes
UVA is an alternative when you can't get in somewhere else.
oh so true...
most of the undergrads confuse UVA with MIT; Harvard; Stanford and
Princeton
let us continue on with the great practice of grade inflation....
because it's not about what you know; its about how you feel.
Barnaby and sez you sound like sour grapes.
randomthoughts

Waynesboro, VA

#18 Mar 3, 2013
More angry Caucasian Women !

Enough said .

Young Caucasian Males .

Help save the Human Race

Make the switch and lose the white (redacted). or get Gay and stop making white babies,

Get you a strong Women of color

Now you not gonna treat them like a white girl .

You gonna work hard , treat her right , those easy girls are easy for a reason.

You can thank me in 20 years .

Bi-racial babies are the most beautiful :)
nobody

Charlottesville, VA

#19 Mar 3, 2013
@sez you: you doesn't seem to read the national media which consistently rank UVa in the top three publics - now they are talking undergraduates here, so Law Darden and Medicine are out. That leaves Arch, Curry, Eng., A&S, and the semi-pros, Batty and McDonalds (intended). A&S is by far the largest of these, so to whom is USNWR, Forbes etc, referring. I take it you couldn't get in to UVa. Given the recent honor overturn, the move to correspondence courses and the continuing drama of Queen Hellen (again intended), you may be more of a seer than a reporter of the current condition. Mediocrity, here we come.

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