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After Months Of Drama, What's The Future Of Suffolk University?07:44
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After the firing of Suffolk President Margaret McKenna in late July, what will be the future of the university? Pictured here: a student enters the Donahue Building at Suffolk University. (Jesse Costa/WBUR)
After the firing of Suffolk President Margaret McKenna in late July, what will be the future of the university? Pictured here: a student enters the Donahue Building at Suffolk University. (Jesse Costa/WBUR)
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In a little over a week, Suffolk University will begin its fall term with a new president. This will be the sixth president in six years for Suffolk. Marisa Kelly will lead the school as the interim president after former President Margaret McKenna was fired by the board of trustees in late July.

McKenna had previously agreed to leave the school by fall 2017, as long as some changes were made to the board of trustees, but the board's move three weeks ago changed that course.

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David Yamada, law professor and director of the New Workplace Institute at Suffolk University, which tweets @Suffolk_U.

This segment aired on August 19, 2016.

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