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In pandemic pause, local colleges adjust and still woo new students

Normally, April would be the month when high school seniors are making last-minute visits to Rochester-area colleges, trying to decide which school that accepted them they will attend in the fall. Juniors might use their April break to start their college search.  But not this year. Not with the COVID-19 pandemic.  Schools are instead inviting accepted students ...

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