Harry Reids alma mater is removing his name from a school building after citizens and alumni lobbied the school president and pledged more than $40,000 to the cause. Utahs The Spectrum reports concerned citizens lobbied Southern Utah University president Scott Wyatt months ago for the change, but he has only now decided to remove the name out of respect for the Senate majority leader. Cedar City Councilman Paul Cozzens told The Specter he received $40,000 in pledges to remove the Nevada senators name in just five days. Apparently torn between his desire for financial support from alumni and his desire for theoretical donations from Reid and his friends, Wyatt decided to remove his name from the Outdoor Center, but attach it to a new building the Harry Reid Center.
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