The Louisiana Board of Regents voted Wednesday to eliminate more than 100 degree programs statewide, and to consolidate many others, The Baton Rouge Advocate reported. Southern University, a historically black institution, lost 13 degree programs, more than any other institution. Spanish and French were among the programs eliminated at Southern, leaving the state's public black colleges without any undergraduate degrees in foreign languages.
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