Before the protests, the university, fondly known as Mizzou, was experiencing steady growth and building new dormitories. Now, with budget cuts due to lost tuition and a decline in state funding, the university is temporarily closing seven dormitories and cutting more than 400 positions, including those of some nontenured faculty members, through layoffs and by leaving open jobs unfilled.
Monday, July 10, 2017
Show-Me New York Times Lamenting Mizzou Downfall After Social Justice Protest Drama
Payback continues for this institution that fumbled with its response to protesting students and now the nation's paper-of-record offers this important round-up: