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...employers that offer workers high-fee plans."The good options are out there," said Alicia Munnell, director of the Boston College's Center for Retirement Research. "But when you introduce bad options into a plan, you attract people to them...

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...career-high 212 yards, beating Loucheiz Purifoy early and often. Benjamin's previous high was 103 yards receiving at Boston College earlier this year."Just doing the little things to be a great receiver, basically," Benjamin said.About the...

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What others say: Test results are just the shock we need

...there are plenty more words. Solomon Friedberg, a professor of mathematics and chairman of the math department at Boston College, called the test results "appalling" in a recent opinion piece he wrote for The Los Angeles Times. Specifically...

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Opinion

...Belmont vs. Boston U., 9:30 p.m.Saturday, Dec. 29EASTSt. Peter's at CCSU, 1 p.m.Holy Cross at Boston College, 2 p.m.UMBC at Mount St. Mary's, 2 p.m.Coll. of Charleston at Vermont, 2 p.m.Maine at Quinnipiac...

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Community news and notes

...and Betty Lynch.Matthew Mayer, born and raised in Kenai, recently earned his Ph.D. degree in Chemistry from Boston College. Mayer is a 2003 graduate of Kenai Central High School and a 2008 graduate of Boise State University. He is the...

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Community
Alaska college savings plan earns high marks

BOSTON - College savings plans offered through the states of Alaska, Maryland, Nevada and Utah earned top marks from Morningstar Inc. in the...

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News
Plenty of linemen in 2002 NFL draft

...round. This draft is unusual in the positions that are well stocked. It's thin on running backs. William Green of Boston College, T.J. Duckett of Michigan State, and possibly Clinton Portis of Miami are the only projected first-rounders...

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Sports
Boston College keeps tourney dreams alive

Boston College helped its NCAA tournament hopes Wednesday by rallying from a double-digit deficit to beat Rutgers 60-55 in the opening game...

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Sports
Lonely at top for USC, Oklahoma

...18 Miami dropped seven spots after losing a second straight game. Iowa and Arizona State rounded out the top 20. Boston College was No. 21 and Texas A&M remained No. 22, despite the loss to Oklahoma. UTEP moved up two spots to No. 23 without...

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Sports
Sooners still perfect with win over Cowboys

...Sooners at their own 11. Heupel sealed the victory by running for 4 yards on a third-and-2. No. 2 Miami 52, Boston College 6 MIAMI -- Ken Dorsey threw a career-high five touchdown passes and Santana Moss broke Miami's career all-purpose...

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