University Fires President After Alleged Cover-Up Eastern Michigan University has fired its president, John Fallon, after he was accused of covering up a student's rape and murder in her dorm room last year. The status of the school's Vice President of Student Affairs and Public Safety Director still hasn't been determined.
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University Fires President After Alleged Cover-Up

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University Fires President After Alleged Cover-Up

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Eastern Michigan University has fired its president, John Fallon, after he was accused of covering up a student's rape and murder in her dorm room last year. The status of the school's Vice President of Student Affairs and Public Safety Director still hasn't been determined. Tracy Samilton of Michigan Radio reports.