Thanksgiving week started out badly for ORU's leader Richard Roberts.
More than 80 percent of the tenured ORU faculty do not want Roberts to stay on as the school president, according to press reports.
The AP and the Tulsa World report today that a faculty survey Monday showed an overwhelming "no" vote on Roberts' continued leadership of the south Tulsa institution. The survey follows a faculty "no confidence" vote on Roberts last week.
ORU's recent troubles stem from a lawsuit filed earlier this fall by three former professors that alleges financial misconduct by Roberts and his family.
Stay tuned, folks. This story show every sign of continuing for some time to come.