Where else but at never-a-dull-moment FAMU (put that acronym in my search engine for many earlier posts about FAMU’s homicidal marching band, its other high-level thieves, etc.) would the dean be in jail for stealing tens of thousands of dollars from students?

This post’s title headlined some articles about this event that were published earlier today. He’s now the former dean.

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  1. Contingent Cassandra Says:

    At least he wasn’t stealing from academic programs, just sports? Of course, the real problem is that students are being encouraged (or, in most cases, required, through student fees) to support sports programs they can’t really afford. So, from that perspective, he was diverting funds from students’ educations even when he was doing his job legally.

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