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The Budget in Brief: part one

holubbedgetIn the spring of 2009, we asked Chancellor Robert C. Holub to explain the University of Massachusetts campus’ budget situation using a whiteboard.

Holub addressed how the budget situation would affect students via campus reorganization and the recent fee increase. Be sure to check out parts one and two.

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  1. Alia Ovens says:

    Lots of of bloggers are not very pleased with this new iPad.There was 2 much hype over it and alot people got turned off.You see, I actually see some of the cool potential of this gizmo. Third-party apps for working with music, games, newsprints and magazine and FFS books, all sorts of awesome stuff, but IMHO they just didn’t really sell it right (aside from the books). It looks kinda undercooked

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