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He forbid, back to KU hospital and KU Med Center. Doesn't Dolph understand that the majority of people in Wyandotte count and the stat don't care nor do they know there are two entities.
What Dolph s saying is: someone will be picked but someone has been rejected, but then again another might be selected to fill,the job but that maynot happen because something happened we just don't know what but someone knows. But if they knew they wouldn't tell ,but then again maybe they don't really know and then what?
"It would be interesting to know who Chancellor Gray-Little will listen to, or be influenced by, in her final selection of a new KUMC executive vice chancellor."
One thing we can know, it won't be you.
Please don't pick on Dolph, he can't help if he is too old and senile to continue writing effectively for the "Urinal World". Oh wait, he let Bill Mayer write only about KU sports in the 30's, 40's, 50's and 60's for many years with no point at all to his articles. Dolph is just taking Bill's place.
For some yet unexplained reason, this columnist continues to peddle the lie that one individual (or two or more individuals, depending on the writer's mood at the time) was put forward for the EVC position, even after the chair of the search committee wrote to this newspaper refuting that claim.
It is not unusual for a university to invite candidates for senior positions to visit campus to talk about his/her background and present his/her vision of how he/she may assist the university in achieving its mission. Case in point: The University of Vermont chose the provost of The University of Minnesota as it's president after inviting all the finalists for a campus visit.
To choose an insider for the EVC posiiton would be a disaster. KUMC needs someone to kick ass and turn it into a world class medical center.
Funny how we had an election two weeks ago and yet Adolph continues to opine on inside baseball at KU.
Someone pull the plug on Dolph. Nobody cares what the man has to say.
Dolph should send Chad to The Legends to ask questions "on the street'
Goes like this: Q Do you know who runs the KU Med Center?Q Do you know who runs the KU Hospital Do you know who the Chancellor of KU is? Do you know who owns the newspaper in Lawrence Kansas?
The answers will all be NO.
To make it simpler, go to Walmart on Black Friday and ask the same questions?
I'll do it for free?
Thank you. Keith. There can be only so many "inside baseball" editorials before one simply skips the darn Saturday column. So many column inches directed at so few readers. What a waste of potential influence.
Agreed. Dolph could address the local government inadequacies.
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