The chair of Suffolk University's board, Nicholas Macaronis, is resigning amid criticism of his strong defense of the high compensation package for David Sargent, the president, The Boston Globe reported. Sargent's $1.5 million package has become an increasing source of anger for students, faculty members and alumni.
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