USC Academic Senate Passes Resolution For Max Nikias To Resign

The USC Academic Senate passed a motion calling for President Max Nikias to resign Wednesday night, according to the Daily Trojan. The motion passed with 30 yes votes, zero no votes, and five abstentions.

The Academic Senate represents USC’s faculty.

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5 thoughts on “USC Academic Senate Passes Resolution For Max Nikias To Resign

  1. After reading more about this case I agree with the faculty. I have to ask how a male taking close up photos of women’s genitalia got away with it for so long. Who did he say he was Larry Flint?

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  2. My only question is, why is it taking so long for the Mad Greek to leave? Get rid of the BOT’s if they won’t do their job.

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