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Michigan State Finally Does the Right Thing by Forcing Out Interim President John Engler

SI.com Wednesday, 16 January 2019
Michigan State Finally Does the Right Thing by Forcing Out Interim President John EnglerJohn Engler's tone-deafness in the fallout of the Larry Nassar scandal always made him unfit as Michigan State's interim president, and the university is finally moving on from him.
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News video: Satish Udpa: Who is MSU's new interim president?

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Just moments after the Michigan State Board of Trustees voted to accept interim-President John Engler's resignation effective immediately, they approved a motion to appoint a new leader.

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