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Mass. Economy | Part 5 - Education

Amid tumult, a degree of stability

Colleges, however, face uncertain times ahead, some warn

By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / October 30, 2009

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Last September, Boston University was the first local college to sound the alarm on an impending financial crisis that would soon penetrate much of academia: President Robert Brown curbed spending, froze staff hiring, and halted construction. (Full article: 1001 words)

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