UH Faculty Want No Confidence Vote After Apple Firing

(Honolulu, HI) -- Some University of Hawaii faculty members are losing faith in the school's leadership in the wake of UH Manoa Chancellor Tom Apple's firing. According to "Hawaii News Now," several UH faculty members called for votes of "no confidence" against the Board of Regents and UH President David Lassner during the first Faculty Congress meeting of the school year late Tuesday. More than a handful of faculty members said they were furious Apple had been terminated without the regents asking students or faculty members what they thought of Apple's job performance.