Mount Pleasant-- Central Michigan University students will see all of their instructors at class on Tuesday, following an order issued by a judge for the university's faculty association to temporarily restrain its work stoppage.
"I have sent out a release for the faculty to take down the picket line and return to their next scheduled class," Faculty Association President Laura Frey said Monday.
Frey's move came as an Isabella County judge ordered the 600-plus striking CMU faculty members to return to work, granting an injunction sought by the school.
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