About 100 of the 400 positions to be cut at the University of Missouri may come from layoffs, school officials said.
About 100 of the 400 positions to be cut at the University of Missouri may come from layoffs, school officials said. File photo
About 100 of the 400 positions to be cut at the University of Missouri may come from layoffs, school officials said. File photo

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