Hazo Carter, president of West Virginia State University, announced that he would retire at the end of the academic year, a decision that follows a faculty vote of no confidence in his leadership, The Charleston Daily Mail reported. Faculty members complained about a lack of leadership, and until Tuesday, he indicated that he planned to stay on.
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