Coeds share mixed reviews on Wolfe’s resignation

Marco Rea

Tim Wolfe, the University of Missouri-Columbia’s former president, resign from his post. Nov. 9. His resignation came after days of protest from members of the UMC student body and faculty as they complained about his alleged lack of concern for issues of importance to those of color.
His entire speech can be read here. His resignation came just hours before that of the University’s chancellor, R Bowen Lofting.
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