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CNN Evening News for Saturday, Sep 12, 1992
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(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) Some 2200 colleges must provide crime statistics or risk losing money; Many universities with tighter budgets have forces schools to offer less classes.

(Los Angeles: Cameron Sanders) Budget cuts in many universities in California colleges; Schools appealing to businesses to sponsor classes; Magnavox one of the first businesses to sponsor a class; University insists sponsors do not play a role in the curriculum. [Interviews with Marcus BROOKS, Student; Sally SHERLOCK, California State University Long Beach; Vito BRENNA, Senior Vice President, Motorola; Gerlando BUTTI, Italian Consulate; Lavi EISENMANN, Student; Clorinda DONATO, Associate Professor.]

Sanders, Cameron

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