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London Devilette defence player Marisa Freeman had been preparing to start post-secondary school at Laurentian University in the fall on scholarship that would see her play for the school’s women’s varsity teams general population. Canada.

But the Ingersolls also tricky, a, Ont. resident’s dreams were crushed when Laurentian University cut dozens of programs and laid off hundreds of staff last week. Varsity sports teams were part of the cuts leaving Freeman and hundreds of other students trying to figure out what to do next.?

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Laurentian University, in Sudbury, made the announcements about widespread cuts after declaring itself financially insolvent earlier this yearboth i. The school also filed for creditor protection in February, a first for a university in Ontario.

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