University of Missouri President Tim Wolfe announced his resignation at a the Board of Curators meeting Monday. "This is not, I repeat, not, how change should come about," Wolfe said in an announcement, while adding that change comes from listening to others. "I take full responsibility for the inaction, and I take full responsibility for the frustration that has occurred." Wolfe had been under fire for his handling of recent racially-chargede incidents on campus, including someone shouting the n-word at the Legion of Black Collegians and the reported smearing of a swastika in feces on a bathroom wall. "Please, please use this resignation to heal, not to hate, and let's move forward together for a brighter tomorrow," Wolfe concluded. The administrator's resignation also brought an end to graduate student Jonathan Butler's hunger strike, which ultimately aimed to replace the top official.