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News Briefing: Alumni Try to Keep Ohio College Open

By Kate Golden on October 23, 2007No Comment
  • A growing number of retirees insist on being paid for their volunteer work.  [New York Times]
  • $5 million leadership prize is awarded by new foundation to Joaquim A. Chissano, Mozambique’s second president, for his role in ending his country’s 16-year civil war.  [New York Times]
  • Alumni of Antioch College fight to keep the school open, raising $15 million to prevent its temporary closing.  [Associated Press]
  • Prosecutors will likely retry the former leaders of the Holy Land Foundation, after the case ended in a mistrial yesterday.  [Associated Press]
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