Lyndon State College says it will eliminate four positions in order to balance
the budget for the coming fiscal year. The
college currently has 185 full-time faculty and staff. Two
weeks ago, college president Carol Moore announced her resignation, citing
Carol Moore has been
dealing with the fallout from her recent announcement that faculty and staff would
have to be cut to deal with a growing budget deficit that is projected at $350,000 in the next fiscal year.
Senate President John Campbell charts the course for the Senate over the next several weeks. Plus, rocker-turned-professor Joe Gittleman relates his experiences from life on the road in a Lyndon State classroom.
Northeast Kingdom business and education leaders look at a synergistic approach of integrating travel, education, agriculture and manufacturing to shape the future of the region. Plus, Robert Resnik provides suggestions for the perfect holiday music. And, we hear about a Vergennes metal worker who is restoring a 1950s Ferrari racing car.