The University of Vermont presented its plan to cut 12 majors, 11 minors and four graduate degree programs within the College of Arts and Sciences as a done deal. But faculty members are vowing to fight the top-down initiative, saying that it would gut valuable but not necessarily cash-cow liberal arts programs for no compelling reason. Planned cuts would effectively kill the departments of geology and classics and leave only a minor in religion. They would end Asian, Latin American and...


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