Sunday, April 15, 2018

A Wall Street billionaire made a donation to the public high school he attended in the 1960s

A few strings were attached to the gift, according to the New York Times.

For starters, the public school should be renamed in his honor. A portrait of him should be displayed prominently in the building. Spaces at the school should be named for his twin brothers. He should have the right to review the project’s contractors and to sign off on a new school logo.

Of course, the school officials said yes. 

That's when the trouble began.

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