The New York Times: At Wright State University in Ohio, the French horn and tuba professors are out. So is the accomplished swimming team.
At Kansas State, Italian classes are going the way of the Roman Empire.
And at the University of Central Missouri, The Muleskinner, the biweekly campus newspaper, is publishing online-only this year, saving $35,000 in printing costs.
Just as many universities believed that the financial wreckage left by the 2008 recession was behind them, campuses across the country have been forced to make new rounds of cuts, this time brought on, in large part, by a loss of international students.