Why the U of Minnesota Board of Regents needs a shakeup

The Minnesota Daily argues that the University of Minnesota’s Board of Regents is a rubber-stamp body that has long been complacent:

Meet the Board of Regents. There are only 12 of them, and they’ve been responsible for approving the president’s proposed tuition hikes year after year. Very few of them chirp a word in healthy dissent during public regents meetings, and almost none vote against any proposal put before the board.