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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Students at Snow College are perplexed after their student-body president was booted from office in a closed meeting.
A nine-member Student Senate largely appointed by the school's administration kicked 23-year-old Justin Chandler out of office on Monday.
Students at the Ephraim school say they still have no idea why -- and school officials told them to wait until next week for an explanation. At that time, minutes of the closed meeting will be out.
Some students are upset that the student-elected president was booted by officials appointed by the school administration and not elected by students.
Only one of the nine members on the body was voted in by students.
Until last year, all Snow College student government officers were elected by a student body vote.
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