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June 7, 2015
Supporters of Sweet Briar College took their plea to state capital last week, asking VA supreme court for temporary injunction on school's closing.
"Opponents of the planned closure of Sweet Briar College made a desperate plea Thursday to the Supreme Court of Virginia to temporarily block its shuttering in hopes of saving the 114-year-old women's institution. But an attorney for the school argued for an orderly closure rather than a 'crash and burn' effort to rescue the school. The court did not immediately rule, but it's not expected to take the usual weeks or months before issuing a finding." -- Associated Press, via the New York Times