Howard University has ended its relationship with a consulting firm through which Robert Tarola served as chief financial officer, The Washington Post reported. The university said that Tarola left by "mutual agreement." Many deans and other faculty members have criticized Tarola, questioning his plans to put the university on better financial ground. Last month Sidney Ribeau announced he was leaving the Howard presidency.
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