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GSU layoffs tough but necessary

Although the cuts came at an inopportune time — the university waited until the employees returned from the Christmas holidays to tell them the news — there is no question the cuts had to be made.
Like every institute of higher education in the state, Grambling is staring at a major budget deficit due to the hurricanes. The original budget cuts announced in late October amounted to $25 million with nearly $1 million of that coming from Grambling.

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Tech continually improving

You survived a loss of funding. During fall break, the first 3.5 percent budget cut suddenly increased to 5 percent. Faculty feared for their jobs, students feared for their education and higher tuition rates. Tech president Dan Reneau assured students, “Our job at Louisiana Tech is to provide for students and to provide a high quality of education, and that is what I am committed to.”
Vice president of academic affairs Kenneth Rea also stated, “First and foremost, we must protect the classroom.” Throughout it all, the students remained top priority.

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Dance, vocal groups share stage at Dixie

The Dixie Dancers and the Sweet Adelines each turned in performances which drew enthusiastic applause throughout their programs.
Both Dixie Center Director Marlen Waters and Dixie Center Artistic Director Mary Fran Crook emphasized the diversity of talent which will be featured as the Center’s schedules are developed.

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