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College Startup Rethinks Laundry

A prepaid campus laundry service offers a lesson in entrepreneurship.

Jeremy Young enrolled at Hamilton College in Clinton, N.Y., to study art history. He ended up getting a crash course in business management and finance, thanks to a meeting of the entrepreneurship club he attended as a sophomore. "I joined on a whim and felt inspired to pitch an idea," recalls

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