Rich remark

May 10, 1996

No signs of deficit financing at King's College, Cambridge even if the foundations of its fortune were laid by Keynes during his period as bursar.

Those attending a recent fundraising event were on the receiving end of a pitch calculated to strike 98 per cent of higher education bright green with envy. "Some people will tell you that we are the richest college in higher education . . . well, unless our fundraising drive is successful, that won't be true for much longer."

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