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Sunday, June 29, 2008

Gone but not forgotten at UA

Posted By on Sun, Jun 29, 2008 at 3:40 PM

Interesting article here notes that Monday is John White's final day as chancellor at the University of Arkansas and also the final day of the payout agreement with former basketball coach Nolan Richardson (right). White, while discussing his own mistake, does seem to be shoveling a little of the blame for the Richardson meltdown off on Frank of the Ozarks, already departed from UA officially, but still on the payroll. Other articles in the package talk about goals of the new chancellor, David Gearhart (one of them, more Ark. butts in UA seats) and give his view on campus protests.

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