Mizzou job cuts may have profs emptying trash

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(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Whether interim Mizzou Chancellor Hank Foley will be cleaning his office and taking out his own trash come July 1 is unclear.

What is known, however, is that dozens of custodial staff positions at the University of Missouri-Columbia will be eliminated over the next three months, meaning others will have to pick up the slack.

In all, about 16,000 Mizzou hospital and campus employees — including professors — will be responsible for the upkeep of their offices beginning this summer.

Students will be immune to the extra work.

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