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What Went Wrong, Part II

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Stanford officials haven't gotten it all off their chests about the turndown of their Roosevelt Island engineering campus proposal. So they chat with The Stanford Daily about what exactly ended the university's bid. The city kept changing the project's RFP, a university spokesperson explained, asking Stanford to promise that it would go ahead with the project even if the city failed to provide the promised $100 million. Stanford officials also claim NYC scaled back the amount of land it had originally promised for the campus. [Stanford Daily via Roosevelt Islander]