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Boston Center for the Arts head resigns amid allegations of inappropriate conduct

The chief govt of the Boston Center for the Arts has resigned following allegations of inappropriate conduct whereas he labored as a professor at a Florida school years in the past, in accordance with an announcement launched by the group’s board of administrators Sunday.

Gregory Ruffer stepped down from his put up after public radio station WBUR reported Saturday {that a} former pupil at what’s now known as the College of Central Florida alleged in a weblog put up that Ruffer anonymously despatched him inappropriate e-mails whereas Ruffer was a professor on the college.

John G.F. Ruggieri-Lam, the president of the humanities group’s board of administrators, stated in an announcement Sunday that they take “all issues of this nature extraordinarily severely.’’

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