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Harvard slows work on Allston complex

The foundation of a science complex is to be finished this year. The foundation of a science complex is to be finished this year. (GEORGE RIZER/GLOBE STAFF/File 2008)
By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / February 19, 2009

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Harvard University is putting the brakes on its landmark plans to remake an industrial slice of Allston into a sprawling new campus, President Drew Faust announced yesterday, in the clearest sign yet of the impact the recession is having on the world's wealthiest university. (Full article: 1019 words)

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