U to shut down over winter holidays

The University of Minnesota will be partially shutting down in an effort to trim spending over the holidays, according to the Star Tribune.

The primary motive is to cut payroll spending for employees nearly $28 million. The unpaid leave coupled with 1.15 percent paycut will constitute most of the target savings.

The campus buses, dining halls and library will all be locked down for the first time from Dec. 24- Jan. 2, according to the Star Tribune.

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