Angelo Armenti Jr. was fired Wednesday as president of California University of Pennsylvania, The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported. The Board of Governors of the state higher education system fired Armenti after he declined to resign. Officials have been studying spending accounts related to the university, but declined to discuss details on why Armenti was fired. He had been president since 1992.
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