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May 8, 2013 12:00 AM

Smolla surprises Furman by resignation

Furman University’s incoming interim president says he plans to be more than “a caretaker,” and the chairman of the board says the school will move quickly to begin a search but take its time in finding the fight person to succeed Rod Smolla, who stunned the Furman community Tuesday by announcing his resignation.

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