Amer­i­cans love reality tele­vi­sion, but only if the reality is worth tuning into. So it’s safe to say that most uni­ver­sity pres­i­dents won’t be get­ting their own Bravo shows any­time soon. Campus admin­is­tra­tion isn’t quite as adven­turous as the life of Honey Boo Boo. Still, that hasn’t stopped Joseph Aoun, the pres­i­dent of North­eastern Uni­ver­sity, from star­ring in his own series of YouTube “webisodes,” or short, online-​​only videos.

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