Harvard President Claudine Gay resigns
Harvard President Claudine Gay resigned Tuesday. She only served 6 months in the role, the shortest tenure of a Harvard president.
Gay faced criticism for her handling of free speech on campus at the start of the Israel-Gaza war. And more recently, has faced a slew of plagiarism allegations in recent weeks.
WBUR’s Max Larkin joins host Scott Tong.
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