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story.lead_photo.caption UCA professor Gayle Seymour describes a room in the UCA president’s home Thursday. - Photo by Karen E. Segrave

A committee reviewing the University of Central Arkansas president’s home plans to offer three options — including buying an off-campus house — during a board of trustees meeting Saturday near Heber Springs.

Gayle Seymour, associate dean of the College of Fine Arts and Communication, leads a tour of the UCA president's home.

Touring UCA president's home

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Arkansas, Pages 11 on 08/05/2011

Print Headline: For UCA president house, 3 proposals

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  • Jason2010
    August 5, 2011 at 7:37 a.m.

    As an alumnus it's sad to see that a new administration is also more concerned with itself than the students, faculty, or staff. They've shown ineptitude of the law and common sense. When members of your faculty haven't received cost of living raises it is silly to put so much energy into a wealthy person's house, even if no actual action takes place in the immediate future. The board's time would be better spent increasing the fiscal strength and enrollment of the university, rather than finding another way to pad the benefits package of the president.

  • sgtbob6606140841
    August 5, 2011 at 12:22 p.m.

    This is what Meadors said? “We, at the recommendation of our Police Chief (and I agree) has not agreed to once allowed video taping by outside entities of personal areas. ... Again, we did not denied access to living area, just outside video taping of this area.”

    "We ... has not agreed ..." and "Again, we did not denied ..." If that is an accurate quote, UCA has a bigger problem than the house.

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