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Money tight, loans scarce, some do college in 3 years

John DiSalvo graduated from BU in three years and is working at a coffeehouse until he finds a substitute teaching job. John DiSalvo graduated from BU in three years and is working at a coffeehouse until he finds a substitute teaching job. (MARK WILSON/GLOBE STAFF)
By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / August 24, 2008

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For most students, college is a four-year rite of passage - a time to dabble in multiple subjects before settling on a major or a chance to spend a semester abroad - with frat parties sprinkled in between. (Full article: 1156 words)

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