Russian, Italian studies to be saved at University of Tennessee

Officials at the University of Tennessee have developed a plan that will save the school's degree programs in Russian and Italian languages, which were set to be discontinued because of budget cuts. The school is combining eight foreign languages into one degree program, from which students can choose a specific language concentration. A time line for the changes has not yet been determined.

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