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News Briefing: Colleges Trying to Firm Up Shaky Freshman Enrollment

By Kate Golden on August 13, 2009No Comment
  • The recession has complicated the task of filling freshman university classes across the country.  [Washington Post]
  • Throughout the U.S., congregations of all sizes and deominations are struggling with issues of faith and finance as the recession grinds on.  [Wall Street Journal]
  • The Bloomberg administration has picked a big housing and retail complex to receive $20 million in tax-exempt bonds financed by the federal stimulus package in the heart of downtown Brooklyn.  [New York Times]
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