Adjunct Mary Margaret Vojtko's death raises questions on college campuses all across Pittsburgh 

The 83-year-old French instructor's fate is "a symbol of how extreme the situation has become for a lot of adjuncts."

By Daniel Kovalik's account, even Adult Protective Services was surprised to learn that Mary Margaret Vojtko was a college professor. Professors are, after all, supposed to have lifetime tenure and academic freedom. But when Vojtko died at age 83, she'd been laid…

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