Bite Size News, September 26: Colleges Edition
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- Fifteen Massachusetts community colleges received $20 million from the U.S. Labor Department to design new technical job training programs. [Boston Herald]
- Don't expect a vote on casinos from the state Senate anytime this week. Senate President Therese Murray expects a vote next week. [Boston Globe]
- A group called Guns N’ Roses plays the DCU center on November 25. Other than Axl Rose, the group looks different. [Boston Herald]
- The University of New Hampshire will stop selling energy drinks on campus in January. [WMUR]
- Harvard's website was hacked on Monday by a Pro-Syrian government group. They left a message reading "SyRiAn ELeCTronic ArMy WeRe HeRE." [Huffington Post]
- Burlington detected E. coli bacteria in the water and has issued a boil water order. [WHDH]
- Roger Ailes told Newsweek that Fox News has become less conservative recently. He must be watching less of his channel. [Newsweek]
- The creator of Doritos, Arch West, died Tuesday at 97. [Yahoo! News]
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