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Former YSU President shows signs of moving out

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - A moving truck could be seen outside the home of former YSU President, Dr. Randy Dunn on Tuesday.

Dunn's last day as Youngstown State University president was March 21st following his resignation from the post which he only held since trustees hired him last July.

Dunn resigned after accepting the presidency at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Ill.

Instead of an August 16th end date, the board waived the 180 day written notice of resignation, by Dunn's request, and permitted his last day to be March 21st.

Trustees allowed Dr. Dunn and his wife 30 days after his last day to move out of the Pollock House, where he has resided since moving here.

Trustees are in the process of searching for a new university president.

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