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Column: USC president search skirted FOIA
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Jay Bender
Well, this is a fine kettle of fish. The group that hired a president who treated public money as a slush fund, then replaced him with a president who moved out of the president’s residence in a marital dispute with his wife, has now bowed to political pressure to hire a new president who was previously rejected at the end of a search that cost about $200,000 and didn’t produce a candidate who could get enough votes to be selected.