Shaw U. Gets $31M Loan
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Shaw University has received a $31 million loan to help stabilize its finances, The Raleigh News & Observer reported. While the loan is welcome news for supporters of the historically black college, the institution is facing questions from alumni about whether board members are giving enough money or are making good on past pledges.