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Small colleges' survival lessons

Financial pressure forces reinvention

Graphic: Small colleges
By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / July 3, 2009

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BROOKLINE - Nestled among the trees and centuries-old homes here in a posh hilltop neighborhood, Newbury College has long been over- shadowed in a region famous for its high-powered universities. But now, like many small colleges whose futures have grown increasingly uncertain amid economic upheaval, the 900-student school is desperately trying to raise its profile in a quest for survival. (Full article: 1185 words)

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