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New CU President Hank Brown speaks to the media during a press conference in front of the Regent Administration Building on the campus of the University of Colorado. Monday was former U.S. senator Hank Brown's first day as the new President of the University of Colorado. Brown was appointed interim CU president in April after 16 months of scandals and embarrassments that have tarnished the school's image. Former President Elizabeth Hoffman stepped down at the end of June amidst the fallout from the football recruiting scandal and the ethics investigation of ethnic studies professor Ward Churchill. Brown eliminated 10 jobs in his office after just a few hours on the job Monday, saying the steps should save more than $800,000 annually. (MARC PISCOTTY / ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS)

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