Hundreds of faculty and students at Bowling Green State University protested yesterday over the administration's plan to slash 100 faculty positions.
"That is a mistake that BGSU must not make," the BGSU AAUP chapter president David Jackson said. "We will be losing somewhere between 500 and 800 classes to be taught next year . . . . That means that the classes that we still have will have more students in them, there will be fewer classes, and then classes that students need to graduate may not be offered as frequently."
A video of the action
Photos from the Bowling Green News
A story and video from the local ABC affiliate