Late Friday, Clark College released a 228-page report outlining allegations of discrimination made against former President Bob Knight. In September, the board of trustees affirmed one of the complaints but denied three others. In October, the board held a special meeting where they reversed their original decision and confirmed all four allegations.
Here’s the report.
In the report, Knight offers extensive responses to the allegations.
Interim President Sandra Fowler-Hill issued a statement and wrote that “the college will not comment on the details of the report because it is a personnel issue.”
The Indy will follow up with a detailed story which will be featured in our upcoming issue.
On Nov. 16, Knight issued a statement through a Portland public relations firm that said he strongly disagreed with the board’s decision.