Recession Hits College Campuses

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For the high school class of 2009 and students trying to complete a degree, the financial calamities of the market have left universities and students scrambling for money. In our occasional series, Your Life on a Recession, we look at how schools are adjusting to financial challenges.


Ronald Liebowitz, president of Middlebury College in Vermont.

Claudio Sanchez, NPR national education correspondent.



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