Another president is out the door, which tells me this isÂ a school that can’t decide what it wants to be. Should it compete for the top tier? Or should it remain a nice middling college for nice middling Baptist children? While I don’t know anything about the internal power struggle, the fact that John Lilley vetoed 12 out of 30 candidates for tenure indicates that he had bigger ambitions for the school in mind. Apparently the regents don’t.