Faculty members and students carried signs and spoke out Tuesday at a meeting of the Board of Trustees of the College of the Redwoods, The Times-Standard reported. They complained of low morale and a squelching of dissent, citing a recent incident in which employee comments on a recent administration survey of employees were removed from the college's Web site. Board members had split reactions, with some expressing concern and others defending the administration. One trustee suggested that students and faculty members needed to remember that they were only part of the college. ”You're part of it,” he said, “but you're not all of it.”
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