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  1. We've been reporting on this story alongside the Gannett owned Muncie StarPress and BSU has been using the newspaper to whitewash this story from day one. Hiring a relative of the sitting governor at the time of the loss wreaks of a conflict of interest. BSU was told their name would be kept from the media or some low level employee kept the loss from university officials. Period. Gannett didn't even disclose in their article that Deb Daniels was Mitch Daniels sister - what a fraud. The Fourth Estate in Indiana needs to be kicked out of the state so the citizens can establish a citizen driven newspaper so we can learn the truth about government operations in Indiana. Check out for more accurate reporting on this story.

  2. No disrespect to Ms. Daniels but the taxpayers of Indiana who support this school and all those who contribute to the BSU Endowment deserve the best to investigate a financial loss of $13,000,000 against a endowment of $165 mill. What experience does she have? They should hire the best Certified Forensic Accountant to provide clarity to all involved and why it was kept under the rug! Here is my recommendation as a Indiana Taxpayer: This guy can knock it out of the park and also make sure the right controls are in place going forward. Any problems at any other State Schools?

  3. They should also deeply investigate bidding and purchasing departments at BSU.