Jonathan Butler, who had been on a hunger strike, spoke for Concerned Student 1950 at a news conference Monday in Columbia after MU system president Tim Wolfe had resigned.
Jonathan Butler, who had been on a hunger strike, spoke for Concerned Student 1950 at a news conference Monday in Columbia after MU system president Tim Wolfe had resigned. Allison Long along@kcstar.com
Jonathan Butler, who had been on a hunger strike, spoke for Concerned Student 1950 at a news conference Monday in Columbia after MU system president Tim Wolfe had resigned. Allison Long along@kcstar.com

MU president Tim Wolfe resigns amid racial strife on campus

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