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Former College President Reflects on DUIs

Former College President Reflects on DUIs

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In a recent op-ed, William Frawley, former president of the University of Mary Washington, criticizes the board of trustees for firing him after twice being charged with driving while intoxicated. He talks about his article, "I Needed Help, Not Ostracism," which appeared in Sunday's Washington Post.

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