Hurricane Ian ripped through Florida this fall, prompting Florida Gulf Coast University to postpone its presidential selection process when the storm delayed the finalists’ visits to campus. Weeks later, the search imploded in failure when two of the three finalists suddenly withdrew their candidacies.
What really blew the search off course, critics say, wasn’t a hurricane but rather Florida’s politics.
Some 150 miles away, the University of South Florida underwent its own...
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