- Quick Takes: Prof Accused of Hacking, Megagift Possible for Texas, 4 Suspended for Obama Effigy, Anthropology Debate, Trouble for MyRichUncle, Liberal Arts Advice for Next President, American Indian Enrollments, New Leader for Hughes Institute
- Quick Takes: Affirmative Action Ban Upheld, Student Stress, Harvard Law Promotes Public Service, Debate on Prof's Pose on S/M Web Site, Black Hawk Cuts Jobs, NJ Probes Gossip Site, Student Avoids Expulsion in Facebook Case, NEH Honors Updike
- Quick Takes: Auburn Responds to Athletic Scandal, Nelnet Objects to Education Dept. Findings, Aid Group Angry Over Ads, Support for Student Press, Maryland Bars Sudan Stocks
- Quick Takes: Missouri State Eliminates 5 Teams, Oklahoma Bonds Win Court OK, Dallas Community College Fees Upheld, Loan Forgiveness Help for Disabled
- Quick Takes: Violent Fights, Private Loan Recommendations, Black Students' Security Fears at Northern Illinois, Myers U. Plans to Shut Down, Canadian Price War, More Than a Minyan at Muhlenberg, Happy Academics in Iceland
Quick Takes: Court Ruling on Loan Forgiveness, Bias Charge Over Muslim Student, Increasing Latino Enrollments, 'Whorehouse' Controversy at Auburn
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Serving Northeast Georgia since 1964, Gainesville State College is a non-residential unit of the University System of Georgia...
Founded at City College in 1973, The Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education was founded to recruit underrepresented minorities into medicine, inc...