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Pamela Rojas worked on fund-raising at Boston University late last month. Former scholarship recipients are among the most dependable donors, conventional wisdom holds.

Colleges fear debt puts damper on donations

By Marcella Bombardieri
Globe Staff / July 9, 2007

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The fund-raising appeals started even before Adam Minsky received his diploma from Boston University six weeks ago. The envelope not so subtly left on his plate at the senior breakfast. The tug on his heartstrings with a request to donate in honor of a favorite professor. E-mails asking the class of 2007 for a token $20.07. (Full article: 1058 words)

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