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US university spying scandal prompts resignations

A former US Republican congressman has resigned from the advisory board of a university alumni group after it emerged the latter was offering students money to police “liberal” professors at the University of California, Los Angeles. James Rogan, who served two terms in office, sent an email on Wednesday to Andrew Jones, the head of the Bruin Alumni Association, saying he did not want his name connected to the group. Mr Rogan’s resignation follows those of the Harvard historian Stephan Thernstrom and the UCLA professor emeritus Jascha Kessler, who both resigned from the board once they learned of the group’s activities. Full Story

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