College facing growing pains

Issue is cash flow, Hill says

Posted: March 16, 2014 at 4:42 a.m.

“Does this look like a college that is having financial problems?” Arkansas Baptist College President Fitz Hill asked while showing off the nearly finished First Security Community Union during a tour of the Little Rock campus.

The pants hem on Arkansas Baptist College President Fitz Hill’s neatly pressed, navy-blue suit lifted to reveal pinstriped socks tucked into black loafers as he bounded the stairs two steps at a time in the college’s new First Security Community Union.

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