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Donation to music school gives Yalies tuition break

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — Yale University's School of Music is doing away with tuition after receiving a $100 million donation.

Acting Dean Thomas C. Duffy said Wednesday the university will stop charging students next year. Duffy said the donors want to remain anonymous.

Duffy said the donation will also allow the school to buy technology to host clinics and workshops with people around the world.

Tuition this year at the Yale School of Music is $23,750.