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Brandeis woes put president on the line

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By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / February 18, 2009

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When Jehuda Reinharz took the helm of Brandeis University in 1994, it was, as one professor put it, a university with champagne ambitions operating on a beer budget. As president, Reinharz, whose charisma and personal story have charmed legions of donors, raised hundreds of millions of dollars and propelled the private Waltham school into one of the top colleges in ... (Full article: 1177 words)

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