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Hawaii Monitor: Fallen Apple Has Immediate Practical Consequences

Classes are about to start, a hiring freeze was recently imposed and now there's a possible shakeup at the top of UH Manoa administration.

·By Ian Lind

The budget meltdown and administrative shakeup at the University of Hawaii’s Manoa campus have been very much in the news, but I doubt  most people understand just how delicate — to use a polite euphemism — the immediate situation is in the wake of Chancellor Tom Apple’s imposition of an indefinite hiring freeze and the subsequent swirling rumors of his likely administrative demise.

The practical problems created by the abrupt hiring freeze are dramatic and carry heavy downside risk for the campus.

In just over two weeks, thousands of incoming students, including

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Ian Lind

Ian Lind is an award-winning investigative reporter and columnist who has been blogging daily for 15 years. He has also worked as a newsletter publisher, public interest advocate and lobbyist for Common Cause in Hawaii, peace educator, and legislative staffer. Lind is a lifelong resident of the islands. Read his blog here.
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