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Students rally for Brandeis museum

Loss will hurt school stature, protesters say

About 200 Brandeis students and faculty members listened to speakers at the Rose Art Museum, which is in danger of closing and having its works sold. About 200 Brandeis students and faculty members listened to speakers at the Rose Art Museum, which is in danger of closing and having its works sold. (MATTHEW J. LEE/GLOBE STAFF)
By Lisa Kocian
Globe Staff / January 30, 2009

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WALTHAM - About 200 Brandeis University students gathered yesterday to protest the planned demise of the school's renowned Rose Art Museum, lamenting that its loss would damage the university's stature and that the abrupt announcement would hurt the student-administration relationship. (Full article: 427 words)

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