Is Santa hanging it up at the North Pole and moving to Ann Arbor, Michigan, to become the new president of the University of Michigan?

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Is Santa Ready For College Life?

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If you have ever left milk and cookies for Santa then you know he likes junk food. Some  Santas at malls during the holidays sometimes smell of booze so those two boxes are checked if Santa plans to move to Ann Arbor.

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Santa does have his dance moves in order but no word on his school credentials if any that would qualify him to run the University of Michigan.

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Don't worry Elve's you still have jobs and kids you don't worry either because Santa Claus is very happy at the North Pole so he will only be coming to Ann Arbor the same day he does every year and that is Christmas.

There is a Santa that is being looked at for the position of president at U of M.

U of M Have Their Eye on a New School President

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Santa Ono who has been the president and vice-chancellor of the University of British Columbia may soon be announced as the new prez of the University of Michigan.

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Unlike Santa Claus, Santa Ono is highly qualified to hold the position of president of U of M.

According to FOX 17, Ono has been leading the University of British Columbia for almost 8 years. His prior position was the president of the University of Cincinnati and before that held down the senior vice provost and deputy gig at Emory University in Georgia.

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I think the students at U of M are really going to like Ono. He's not afraid to help students move into their dorms, he loves using Twitter to update students, and don't be surprised if you see him in the "Big House" for some Wolverines football tossing out t-shirts.

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