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News Briefing: New Unrest on Campus as Donors Rebel

By Kate Golden on April 24, 2009No Comment
  • As National Public Radio grapples with reduced revenue, it announces further cuts.  [Washington Post]
  • The New York Times Company Foundation announces that it is suspending grant-making and the company's matching gift program.  [New York Times]
  • As a mysterious donor continues to give away millions of dollars to colleges across the country, a pattern emerges – all of the colleges are led by women.  [Associated Press]
  • As universities struggle to fund their core operations, some look to unrestrict donor-directed gifts.  [Wall Street Journal]
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