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September 30, 2012 8:58 PM

Hosting VP debate helped Centre improve facilities, faculty and students

Hosting vice presidential debates is hard work, but the payoff for Centre College has included better facilities, faculty and students, school officials say. The most tangible result of hosting the 2000 debate is $94 million that's been raised in private gifts to reinvent Centre's physical face.

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