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The Jambar : June 09, 2005

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dc.identifier.citation Vol. 88 No. 3 en_US
dc.description.abstract For the Youngstown Early College program, 43 students earned 75 credits combined. Enrollment is down for fall but officials believe it will not stay that way. More than 400 women - and a handful of men - gathered at Youngstown State University campus for the annual Women and Money seminar, the free financial planning seminar for women who desire financial training and knowledge to make more informed financial decisions. YSU hopes to receive the Weed and Seed grant, a program that will help with improving neighborhoods around campus. en_US
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dc.title The Jambar : June 09, 2005 en_US
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