Confronting Racism at University of Missouri

Krishnadev Calamur | Senior editor, The Atlantic

Student Protests Lead to Resignations of the President & Chancellor at University of Missouri

Student protests brought about the sudden resignation of the President and Chancellor at the University of Missouri on Monday, November 9th.

“Criticism over how the University of Missouri handled a series of racist incidents on campus this fall has claimed the jobs of two top officials:  President Tim Wolfe and Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin.  Hours after Wolfe announced he was stepping down, a news release from the UM System noted Loftin would stay in his position at the university’s main campus in Columbia until the end of the year.”

To read the full article by Krishnadev Calamur, click here.


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