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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Indra Nooyi
Yale University President Richard C. Levin, who oversaw a big building and renovation program and an expansion in financial aid programs, announced Thursday he is stepping down at the end of the academic year after 20 years at the Ivy League school.
The room is large and airy, the stone floors clean and cool — a welcome respite from the afternoon sun, until your eyes take in the horror that it holds. Ten severely malnourished children — nine of them girls.
"Rick Levin is simply one of the world's great leaders," Yale trustee Indra Nooyi, chief executive of PepsiCo, said in a statement.