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Letter to the Editor


The upper administration and Board of Trustees, not faculty and staff, clearly are responsible for the lack of putting the budget surpluses into a fund that could be used for foreseeable budget crises like the one we are in now, and so it is they who should remedy their failure of fiduciary stewardship in a way that spares the faculty and staff.

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