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Marjorie Kamys Cotera / Texas Tribune

Baylor University announced today Ken Starr will be leaving the school altogether. He lost his job as school president and later resigned as chancellor in May after a scandal over Baylor’s handling of sexual assault allegations, but remained as a law professor.

Ken Starr Says He Will Resign As Baylor Chancellor

Jun 1, 2016
Marjorie Kamys Cotera / Texas Tribune

Days after he lost his job as Baylor University president due to a scandal over the school's handling of allegations of sexual assault, Ken Starr said he has resigned as chancellor of the private Baptist school. 

Under Starr's Presidency, Baylor Watched Golden Age Turn Sour

May 31, 2016
Callie Richmond / Texas Tribune

There may not have been a better time in history to be a Baylor Bear than Aug. 31, 2014. It was opening night for the university’s new football stadium, a $266 million palace built to house its suddenly dominant football team. 

Football Coach Art Briles Fired, President Ken Starr Reassigned In Baylor Shakeup

May 26, 2016
Texas Tribune

Apologizing to “Baylor Nation” for the university’s handling of accusations of sexual assault on campus, the Baylor University Board of Regents on Thursday fired football coach Art Briles and removed Ken Starr from his post as president.

Amid Reports Of Starr's Firing, Baylor Says Expect Announcement Soon

May 24, 2016
Marjorie Kamys Cotera / Texas Tribune

Amid reports that Kenneth Starr, Baylor University's high-profile president, was fired this morning over a scandal related to the university's response to multiple sexual assault allegations against football players, university officials say they expect to announce the results an internal inquiry into the case by June 3, while declining to directly address Starr's future.