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Topic - Donald Williams
State Senate leader Donald Williams has lost a bid for the president's job at a state community college near his hometown in northeastern Connecticut.
Indiana Cyber Charter School more than doubled its enrollment in two years of its existence, but it also lost about $500,000 a year.
San Jose State University has expelled three students accused of bullying and tormenting their black roommate by putting a bike lock around his neck and calling him derogatory names.
A black student who says his suite mates at a California university put a bike lock around his neck and racially harassed him has filed a $5 million claim against the school.
The Senate president says a bill under consideration would weaken Connecticut's new law legalizing mixed martial arts.
Longtime state Senate President Donald Williams announced Wednesday he will not seek re-election to the General Assembly in November.
While no one is on the board from Northwest Indiana, Williams said a new law effective July 1 will allow virtual voting, and he "hopes to be able to diversify the board."
Williams said the school communicates with students in a variety of ways, including telephone, email, text and video-chat sessions.