Cost of University of Oklahoma investigations now over $1.5 million

The University of Oklahoma has now shelled out over $1.5 million for investigations into sexual harassment allegations against a former college president, and the falsification of alumni donation data. According to The Oklahoman, records show OU paid the law firm of Jones Day (which has looked into both matters) $489,367 in July. The allegations against former OU President David Boren came to…


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