Starr book describes years of disagreements with Baylor regents

In his forthcoming book, former Baylor University President Ken Starr writes the school’s board of regents had been working in the three years before his firing to shift his role from chief executive to a nonexecutive fundraiser.

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Ken Starr came to the brink of resigning three times during his six-year tenure as Baylor University president, he writes in his forthcoming book, Bear Country. Starr submitted a chapter to the Waco Tribune-Herald that chronicles mounting tension between him and Baylor’s board of regents in the years before his firing in May amid the school’s sexual assault scandal. 

Read it in the Waco Tribune-Herald.

 




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