University in Canada plans to combine language programs

A university in Quebec, Canada, plans to consolidate some foreign language programs and limit the number of students who can take such courses -- prompting protests from students. Under the cost-cutting plan, German, Hispanic, Italian and Russian/Slavic studies at McGill University would be combined into a single department.

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