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University of Missouri president, chancellor out after race protest

The University of Missouri's president stepped down on Monday and its chancellor moved aside after protests by the school's football team and other students over what they saw as soft handling of reports of racial abuse on campus. President Tim W...

The University of Missouri’s president stepped down on Monday and its chancellor moved aside after protests by the school’s football team and other students over what they saw as soft handling of reports of racial abuse on campus. President Tim Wolfe’s high-profile resignation, followed by news that Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin would be moved to a new job, was the latest shock to the state of Missouri, and the United States at large, which has been roiled for more than a year by racial tensions after police shot and killed an unarmed young black man in the state.

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