Melissa Click, a professor in Missouri's communications department, confronts a journalist and calls for "muscle" to help remove him from a protest on campus at the University of Missouri. Late Tuesday, she resigned a courtesy appointment from the university’s school of journalism.
Melissa Click, a professor in Missouri's communications department, confronts a journalist and calls for "muscle" to help remove him from a protest on campus at the University of Missouri. Late Tuesday, she resigned a courtesy appointment from the university’s school of journalism. Mark Schierbecker AP
Melissa Click, a professor in Missouri's communications department, confronts a journalist and calls for "muscle" to help remove him from a protest on campus at the University of Missouri. Late Tuesday, she resigned a courtesy appointment from the university’s school of journalism. Mark Schierbecker AP

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