Students call for ex-Connecticut Gov. Malloy to resign as chancellor of the University of Maine System
There are calls for former Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy to resign from his current job as chancellor of the University of Maine System.
Faculty at the Augusta campus voted no confidence in Malloy, and are calling for him to step down.
The vote came after Malloy admitted he didn't tell the committee searching for a new campus president that the eventual nominee had been the subject of a no confidence vote in New York.
Students at another one of Maine's campuses are also calling for Malloy's removal, going so far as to stage a sit-in over faculty cuts.
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