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Posted on July 9 at 6:45 p.m.
There is more to the SBCC accreditation issues than the ousting of Dr. Serbann. And, now they've brought another drone aboard. No wonder Mr. Haskal and Ms. Blum voted her in...hopefully she will not turn out to be exactly what they bargained for. It is best for SBCC to stop the way they have Always done things. Because the old ways do not work. I am skeptical of any article that tries to tell me this president's business acumen mostly rests on being able to close a 1.5 million gap [ with her friendly hugs ] when she now faces 15 times more than that in the budget gap. And, Mr. Friedlander has always been a wretch under a rock...I wonder how short a leach this new president will have to keep him? If it was not because I care where I live and for my community I would like not to have to think much about this bunch. Unfortunately, to be a productive, caring member of my community I must be involved. As should Everyone else! A 15 million shortfall and these idiots paid off a financially sound college president for $250k because they did not want to work with her. Sometimes I wonder did the SB community go silent with this action because like Penn U they have an inclusive belief system? They live and work with these people so why rock the boat? I read the Penn U bio and see many similarities with SBCC. I am outraged by the actions of the SBCC leadership!!
On Hug Me, I’m a President
Posted on July 29 at 10:31 a.m.
Keep writing...this board shows what underlies the people of SB. I am HAPPY Serban is gone for her well-being. Santa Barbara was going to ruin this woman's career. The college trustees were not upset with the results from Serban's work. The board was upset because Serban turned out to be a capable leader who stood her ground and increased the college profits of her own abilities. Unheard of! all the while bringing respect and diversity to City College. Shame on ALL of you. A most embarrassing day for SB. Please make sure to jot this down accurately in the city history journals.
On Serban Placed on Leave of Absence