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Mount Ida College executives received pay increases as deficit widened

The board of trustees at tiny Mount Ida College, which plans to close and sell its Newton campus to UMass, repeatedly boosted the compensation of president Barry Brown and other top executives between 2013 and 2016 while the school's debt load increased, according to public filings.

Crossing Divides: The benefits of having friends who aren’t ‘just like us’ By Prof Miles Hewstone

Having a strong network of friends has many advantages, from offering support when we are down, to a group we can share our thoughts with. But could we be missing out if we only mix with people "just like us"?