Winona State University fired Bill Murphy as dean of its business college in September after finding that he engaged in ''highly personal sexually oriented discussions and requests to photograph students in various degrees of dress," Winona Radio reported. The university has only now informed the campus why Murphy departed, and that he did not receive severance. The Associated Press reported that Murphy did not respond to messages left on his home number.
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