After over six hours of deliberation, the OU Board of Regents named OU College of Law Joseph Harroz as interim president at a special meeting that concluded early Friday morning.
Here's how Twitter reacted.
“To put a man who legally represented Boren for decades in that position, which will oversee the Title IX appeals process, is just beyond me. These regents are compromised, unequivocally compromised.” https://t.co/P3vB6iCNUj— Suzette Grillot (@suzettegrillot) May 17, 2019
Here's the news after six hours of #OU regent executive session: Joe Harroz, who served as legal counsel to David Boren in the U.S. Senate and at OU, has been named interim president "for at least 15 months." https://t.co/LCnvh5Uxzc— Tres Savage (@ThriceSavage) May 17, 2019
Same story, different headline:— Suzette Grillot (@suzettegrillot) May 17, 2019
Boren Crony/Confidant Named Interim President After Six Hour Closed Session Meeting of Complicit Board.
The truth will someday emerge.... https://t.co/qtum951x0j
The OU Board of Regents named OU College of Law Dean Joseph Harroz as interim president after nearly six hours of deliberation: https://t.co/5zPBWBrgLz— OU Daily (@OUDaily) May 17, 2019
Can we keep him president forever please?! 🙌🏻 https://t.co/9OI14ra52a— Rainey Sewell (@RaineySewell) May 17, 2019
— Nick Marr (@nick_marr) May 17, 2019
— Jerry Isbell (@BeaversBend) May 17, 2019
His qualifications make him a great canadite. Lets hope he can save more money (as Gallogly saved 47.5 million and kept tutitopn the same) as well as find a way to bring more in! https://t.co/1RFnxqr6Qo
— Hunter M-B (@HMB2481) May 17, 2019
— Keith Gaddie (@GaddieWindage) May 17, 2019
BREAKING OVERNIGHT: The OU Board of Regents voted to name OU College of Law dean Joseph Harroz as interim president. He once served as legal counsel for David Boren & worked for him in the senate as well. I’m live on @KFOR with more on why some are not happy with this decision. pic.twitter.com/Xgu8Ujce97
— Jessica Bruno (@JbrunoKFOR) May 17, 2019