Should a university’s art collection be treated as a financial asset?
A bill being discussed in the Iowa Legislature would require the University of Iowa to sell the centerpiece of its art collection, an 8-by-20-foot painting by Jackson Pollock. Legislators argue that the painting, with an estimated value of $140 million, should go to fund scholarships for students. Today's Question: Should a university's art collection be treated as a financial asset?
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