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On Thinking Differently

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The NYT's Deborah Solomon does a Q and A with University of California President Mark Yudof, who makes a salary of $540,000 a year, asking him about the latest state budget cuts. But on to Yudof's housing situation: He pays $10,000 a month to rent a house in Oakland because he doesn't want to live in the president’s house, which needs $8 million of repairs. "Solomon asks: Why can’t you have architecture students repair the house for course credit? Yudof: Let me ponder that." [NY Times]