Mixed Signals From Dye, Administration

To the Editors:

It seems like President Dye and Vice President Evans are sending mixed signals to the Oberlin College community.
Although everyone is being asked to understand budget slashes, President Dye is getting a supa-phat BONU$ over the next five years. One explanation of this bonus is that it comes from money that will not affect the budget. Can ANYONE explain to me why some money affects the budget and other money doesn’t?!?!?
This reminds me of a trend in corporate America where top executives are getting paid more and more while the actual workers are getting paid less and less. In corporate America, they use the same language about trying to avoid inevitable layoffs, too.

– Adrian Leung
OC ’01

October 4
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