August 2, 2006
University President Indicted
According to the Chronicle of Higher Education (subscription required), here, a Texas state grand jury has indicted the former President of Texas Southern University. The indictment alleges questionable expenses including money for "furniture, landscaping, and security" at her home. The Houston Chronicle reports here. This may be an interesting case to follow. Don't many university presidents receive a house as part of their package?
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