Alumni Gifts Increase Despite Poor Economy
Strong Cornell connections motivate record giving rate
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November 6, 2009, The Cornell Daily Sun — It seems logical for people to donate less when their wallets are tight. Phillip Lyons, a high school economics teacher in Palo Alto, Calif., has been donating $100 to his alma master, UCLA, every year since graduation. However, things became different after the recession hit.