Starr reflects on Baylor years and tumultuous end to presidency in book

Former Baylor University President Ken Starr told the Waco Tribune-Herald he expected a more comprehensive report from the law firm that investigated Baylor’s institutional response to sexual violence, and he voiced concerns about federal interpretations of Title IX during President Barack Obama’s tenure.(Photo / Rod Aydelotte / Waco Tribune-Herald)

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In a wide-ranging interview, former Baylor University President Ken Starr said he thinks former head football coach Art Briles is “an honorable man,” while also saying a need remains for full transparency regarding the school’s damaging sexual assault scandal.

Read it in the Waco Tribune-Herald.




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