Colorado State University's board has settled lawsuits by media entities challenging a closed door meeting at which a new chancellor was selected by releasing a recording of much of the meeting. As The Fort Collins Coloradoan noted, not all of the recordings are of statements board members wanted to be heard. One accused state lawmakers of "un-Christian attitudes" for wanting more of a role for the public in selecting a chancellor. Another board member said that Larry Penley, the former chancellor, ran an "ego-driven administration."
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