U. of Hawaii Moves to Cut Faculty Salaries by 6.7%
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The University of Hawaii will cut faculty salaries by 6.7 percent, beginning Jan. 1, The Honolulu Star Bulletin reported. University officials say that the cuts are needed to deal with budget shortfalls, and that faculty leaders have failed to come up with alternatives. Faculty leaders are vowing to go to court to block the cuts.