University Curators Could Pick New President

(Columbia, MO) — The University of Missouri could soon have a new system president. The Kansas City Star reports that the University Of Missouri Board Of Curators have called a closed door meeting for 12:30 p.m. Friday in Columbia and they could have a new president chosen by the end of the week. The university has been without a permanent system president since Tim Wolfe resigned last November following a series of protests over racial issues on the Columbia campus.

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