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Wealthy USC donors revolt after interim president pushes out top dean over handling of misconduct cases

By Los Angeles Times  
   December 05, 2018

USC vowed to improve accountability and transparency in the wake of a scandal earlier this year in which the longtime campus gynecologist was accused of sexual misconduct against hundreds of students. A dispute in USC’s Marshall School of Business is shaping up to be a key test of this new approach, and it’s pitting top administrators against some of the university’s major donors.

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