COLUMBIA — As he stood in the Jesse Hall rotunda at MU on Wednesday to announce his retirement, Chancellor Brady Deaton invoked the name of Mark Twain who, he said, stood in front of the same lectern in 1902 and had a "comfortable feeling" as he bade farewell to colleagues and friends.
Deaton to retire after nine years as MU chancellor
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