Monday, May 15, 2017

MIZZOU CUTTING 400 JOBS!!!

A comprehensive write-up on continued hard times for Tigers following racial ruckus drama. Take a look:

Mizzou likely to cut hundreds of positions amid expected 7 percent enrollment drop

Amid budget cuts and an anticipated 7.4 percent drop in enrollment, leaders at the University of Missouri-Columbia are expecting to trim about 400 positions. Most of the jobs would be cut through attrition, with fewer than 100 layoffs projected. Interim Mizzou chancellor Garnett Stokes announced the budget details at a campus forum Monday.

11 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Better not layoff the tutors for the black students.

Anonymous said...

What the hell does one expect when the animals run the zoo ?

Anonymous said...

What the hell does one expect when the animals run the zoo ?

Silvestor orgalthorp said...

The only way MU can restore itself and it's reputation, is to start expelling anyone who disrupts the campus
Then get rid of the political science and journalism departments, which basically teach the same thing anyway
Then advertise nation wide that the college has returned to sanity and teaches students subjects that actually give them a livelihood when they graduate
But it won't happen because liberalism defies logic and reason

Anonymous said...

How about Free Tuitions.

Anonymous said...

MU is lowering it's enrollment standards
all you need to get in is a pencil.

Anonymous said...

sad, but justice for a job poorly done.

Anonymous said...

Is the journalism school touched?

Anonymous said...

So how much will the tax payers get back in their pockets? Yeah! That is what I thought.

Anonymous said...

You want to save money? Immediately eliminate all "diversity coordinator" positions in the major Colleges; that's over a mil easily. Even the freakin' Engineering school has one at a cool $100k+/year. Kids that go to the injun' school ain't goin' there to slack off, they go there because they have the motivation to do so, black, brown, white, yellow or red.

Though I fully agree with cutting the prog positions, it would be a shame to lose the journo school. It was a preeminent education at one point in time, and I would like to see it get back to journalism roots rather than the prog activism that seems to have taken over.

Anonymous said...

University of Western Furgistan.