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(Grad) School’s Out: A Completely Reprehensible Move

From Inside Higher Ed Comments:

I can’t believe people would applaud this as a smart and rationed move by the University. Take a second and think how you might feel if one morning you woke up and found that you most likely didn’t have a job anymore; furthermore, imagine you were told this via an impersonal mass e-mail. What clearer way is there for the university to demonstrate it’s complete lack of concern for its staff and students?

Jesse Wozniak, University of Minnesota, at 12:45 pm EST on February 12, 2009

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