Gwendolyn Boyd is coming back to her alma mater from Johns Hopkins University to shepherd Alabama State through a rough patch involving a damning audit aimed at the university. Boyd’s new contract is pretty standard -- $300,000 a year, a car and the presidential residence -- except she can’t have lovers staying overnight for an extended period of time.
Boyd, who is single, said she didn’t have a lawyer when she signed the contract but has no problem with the language.
“I do live alone, so it was not problematic for me,” she said.The comments section is filled with rage-filled academics, furious at the nerve of ASU to make a contract with their college president like this! When I was young, the preferred phrase was, "What consenting adults do in private is none of the government's business." Now the preferred phrase seems to be, "How dare consenting adults decide what they are going to do!"
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