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Squarebanks
03-13-2015, 10:06 AM
Rogers for President?
Man that sucks big time!
Under his watch it's been one disaster after the other up there.
But somehow he never has any responsibility.
Talk about a Teflon man.

Even by your lofty standards that's **** poor troll bait.

Seawolf Fan
03-13-2015, 12:43 PM
Even by your lofty standards that's **** poor troll bait.
We realize you're a UA_ graduate however we made the fatal mistake (again) of thinking perhaps you'd might, maybe be capable of keeping up with the search for a new UA President.
I guess we will never learn.
Yes your "homer" Teflon man did formally apply for the job.

Squarebanks
03-13-2015, 01:09 PM
We realize you're a UA_ graduate however we made the fatal mistake (again) of thinking perhaps you'd might, maybe be capable of keeping up with the search for a new UA President.
I guess we will never learn.
Yes your "homer" Teflon man did formally apply for the job.

Rogers being next in line for that job has been known for months. Try to keep up. How much does it chap you to know that your beloved UAA is, like many other Seawolves in real life, about to be supervised by a Nanook?

mmf
03-13-2015, 01:50 PM
Rogers being next in line for that job has been known for months. Try to keep up. How much does it chap you to know that your beloved UAA is, like many other Seawolves in real life, about to be supervised by a Nanook?

:)

Alaska Hockey
03-13-2015, 02:06 PM
How much does it chap you to know that your beloved UAA is, like many other Seawolves in real life, about to be supervised by a Nanook?
You are supervised by a Seawolf.

Squarebanks
03-13-2015, 03:58 PM
You are supervised by a Seawolf.

True...but I still make all the money ;)

Seawolf Fan
03-13-2015, 09:54 PM
Rogers being next in line for that job has been known for months. Try to keep up. How much does it chap you to know that your beloved UAA is, like many other Seawolves in real life, about to be supervised by a Nanook?
You must have divined that because he only applied yesterday.
Maybe you should be picking lottery numbers.

Alaska Hockey
03-13-2015, 10:10 PM
Rogers being next in line for that job has been known for months. Try to keep up. How much does it chap you to know that your beloved UAA is, like many other Seawolves in real life, about to be supervised by a Nanook?
John Pugh has 10 years on the job more than your beloved " Mr. Rogers".

Squarebanks
03-13-2015, 10:35 PM
John Pugh has 10 years on the job more than your beloved " Mr. Rogers".

And he's also retiring. Which has what to do with any of this?

And, never mind that Rogers chaired the Regents before being Chancellor.

Squarebanks
03-13-2015, 10:38 PM
You must have divined that because he only applied yesterday.
Maybe you should be picking lottery numbers.

www.google.com

Followed by:

http://m.newsminer.com/news/education/uaf-chancellor-rogers-eyes-top-ua-post/article_338b6bca-9dfa-11e4-99c4-b32c262f27e8.html?mode=jqm

Seawolf Fan
03-14-2015, 12:22 AM
Like I said that started this.
It sucks!

Suze
03-14-2015, 12:42 AM
Three Seawolves have gone pro. Coldwell signed with the ECHL's Quad City Mallards, a Minnesota Wild affiliate. Docken signed an amateur tryout agreement with the AHL's Springfield Falcons. Allen signed an amateur tryout agreement with Colorado of the ECHL (played tonight at .... the Sully!).

Alaska Hockey
03-14-2015, 03:56 AM
And he's also retiring. Which has what to do with any of this?

And, never mind that Rogers chaired the Regents before being Chancellor.

Which is a good reason to break the "Goog Ole Boy " chain of _ailures

Seawolf Fan
03-14-2015, 09:25 PM
From the _airbanks News Miner:

Reinbold was upset by some of the money restored to the budget, including a reduced cut to the university system. She said the system should have been able to absorb the deeper cut.

That would be Lora Reinbold who recently returned to her home in Chicken Creek after a visit to the burg on the edge of nowhere.
Her brain has obviously been addled from the water and so called air encountered on her recent trip.
It's a good thing Mr. Rogers holds so much sway with our esteemed rulers. NOT

Methodical
03-14-2015, 11:25 PM
Yeouch. JJ I don't think your attitude is constructive at all. There's no way it helps in any way, shape, manner, or form. Not your own fanbase, staff, or players that may read that. That's straight up toxic ****.

Yeah, I know it sucks to lose the cup again, and I honestly feel for you on that. I wouldn't be happy on it either.

Unfortunately, both universities are facing some hard questions with regard to budget numbers. There won't be any money to invest in anything, very shortly. UAA has lost its kinda-sorta chemistry program. That's even more tragic than the hockey season numbers. Both universities are going to be forced to focus on whats really important, and I think it's time that UAA actually gave a **** about actual education and grow beyond being what is truly only a small step up from a community college. UAF faces similar tough choices in that a lot of courses are going to continue disappearing, but I think they'll hold on tight to their STEM programs no matter what, even at severe cost to athletics, and I support that. As hard as it is to build up an athletic program, an academic program is even harder and takes longer.

Squarebanks
03-14-2015, 11:43 PM
Yeouch. JJ I don't think your attitude is constructive at all. There's no way it helps in any way, shape, manner, or form. Not your own fanbase, staff, or players that may read that. That's straight up toxic ****.

Yeah, I know it sucks to lose the cup again, and I honestly feel for you on that. I wouldn't be happy on it either.

Unfortunately, both universities are facing some hard questions with regard to budget numbers. There won't be any money to invest in anything, very shortly. UAA has lost its kinda-sorta chemistry program. That's even more tragic than the hockey season numbers. Both universities are going to be forced to focus on whats really important, and I think it's time that UAA actually gave a **** about actual education and grow beyond being what is truly only a small step up from a community college. UAF faces similar tough choices in that a lot of courses are going to continue disappearing, but I think they'll hold on tight to their STEM programs no matter what, even at severe cost to athletics, and I support that. As hard as it is to build up an athletic program, an academic program is even harder and takes longer.

Logic and reason have no place here.

Seawolf Fan
03-15-2015, 12:26 AM
Yeouch. JJ I don't think your attitude is constructive at all. There's no way it helps in any way, shape, manner, or form. Not your own fanbase, staff, or players that may read that. That's straight up toxic ****.

Yeah, I know it sucks to lose the cup again, and I honestly feel for you on that. I wouldn't be happy on it either.

Unfortunately, both universities are facing some hard questions with regard to budget numbers. There won't be any money to invest in anything, very shortly. UAA has lost its kinda-sorta chemistry program. That's even more tragic than the hockey season numbers. Both universities are going to be forced to focus on whats really important, and I think it's time that UAA actually gave a **** about actual education and grow beyond being what is truly only a small step up from a community college. UAF faces similar tough choices in that a lot of courses are going to continue disappearing, but I think they'll hold on tight to their STEM programs no matter what, even at severe cost to athletics, and I support that. As hard as it is to build up an athletic program, an academic program is even harder and takes longer.


Logic and reason have no place here.

This is the one in a million trys Squarebanks is correct.
Methodical, you may want to post that over on the UAA thread.

Alaska Hockey
03-16-2015, 12:04 AM
Logic and reason have no place here.

What great UA_ leader did you steal that quote from?

AKSWF
03-16-2015, 01:51 AM
Chemistry was cut due to low enrollment rates, 5 at the time who are allowed to finish there degrees. Been a couple years since anybody signed up and stuck with it.

Methodical
03-16-2015, 04:20 AM
Methodical, you may want to post that over on the UAA thread.

There's a trap if I ever saw one! :D