Payton Head, the president of the Missouri Students Association, talked with reporters Sunday as   demonstrations continued at Traditions Plaza on the Columbia campus. Protesters are demanding that Tim Wolfe, the president of the university system, step down or be fired for his actions amid a series of racial incidents on campus.
Payton Head, the president of the Missouri Students Association, talked with reporters Sunday as demonstrations continued at Traditions Plaza on the Columbia campus. Protesters are demanding that Tim Wolfe, the president of the university system, step down or be fired for his actions amid a series of racial incidents on campus. Allison Long along@kcstar.com
Payton Head, the president of the Missouri Students Association, talked with reporters Sunday as demonstrations continued at Traditions Plaza on the Columbia campus. Protesters are demanding that Tim Wolfe, the president of the university system, step down or be fired for his actions amid a series of racial incidents on campus. Allison Long along@kcstar.com

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