Baylor alumni group pushes for board changes in wake of assault scandal
The high-profile alumni group that’s criticized Baylor University over its handling of sexual assault on campus on Wednesday proposed changing the structure and operations of the private university’s board of regents.
Baylor on Wednesday said in short: Stay tuned, we’re working on it.
Bears for Leadership Reform — the alumni group whose members include former Gov. Mark White and billionaire Drayton McLane, the former chairman and CEO of the Houston Astros — has been pressuring Baylor administrators and regents to disclose more information about how it handled sexual assault reports on campus.
On Wednesday, the group demanded that…