Nearly three weeks after its planned merger with another institution fell through, Virginia Intermont College's president announced her resignation Monday. E. Clorisa Phillips said she was resigning for personal reasons. The college said last month that its merger with Webber International University had collapsed, and in accepting Phillips's resignation, Virginia Intermont's board said it was working with an interim president and "restructuring agent" to devise a solution for "some or all of the college."
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