Question: Should The University of Akron President live on Campus? OR in a Downtown Akron location?
I was reading the Plain Dealer and there was an article about Cleveland State's new President, Ronald Berkman. The article talked about Berkman's background as well as his salary, car allowance, and housing allowance. (Among other perks) Berkman is planning on living in Downtown Cleveland, the article said he is looking at some of the new downtown swanky high rise condos. Which got me thining about our own university president, should he live downtown or on campus?
The University of Akron has always owned homes for the president within the city limits. Should the University have to live in Downtown Akron? A little Northside Loft action? Should our president have a unit in Spicer Village? They could certainly use a boost in sales!
Where do you think is the most appropriate place for the University of Akron President to live?