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U.Va.'s chief operating officer resigns

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The chief operating officer of the University of Virginia resigned Tuesday, the latest aftershock of a failed attempt to oust President Teresa Sullivan. In a statement, Sullivan said Michael Strine "recently determined that it would be in the best interest of the university that he step down and allow me to do some necessary restructuring." Officials at Virginia's flagship university announced...

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