” … Should the daily seek total administrative independence from the University? I don’t know, since there clearly are benefits to being an arm of Fleming: the ability to use the University’s investment office to invest their surplus funds, and their cheap telephone and internet resources that enable the Daily to save money. There have, however, been instances in the past where the administration-appointed Board has exercised their right to nix certain editors through their consultation powers, and I don’t know any reason why they wouldn’t do that in the future. … “

> Yes, the last part of my Daily series has been posted – Part 5: On the Independence of the Daily

Author: Rob