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April 25, 2005
Enrollments in the Army's Reserve Officers Training Corps have dropped 16 percent in the last two years, according to a report in The Washington Post (free registration required).

April 25, 2005
Wind swept onto the campus of Washington University in St. Louis around noon Friday, bending tree limbs back and throwing rain sideways into castle-like Brookings Hall. But the inside of the admissions office was silent and still.

April 25, 2005
On the upswing nationally, sign language is on the defensive at Brown.

April 25, 2005
GAO analysis of change in aid formula finds that approaches other than that used by the Bush administration would have hurt far fewer students.

April 25, 2005
The university faces pressure not to hire a controversial Columbia professor and to grant tenure to a popular assistant professor.

April 22, 2005
A faculty review at North Dakota State U. found no basis for charges against a historian.

April 22, 2005
Trinity International University, in the Chicago suburbs, evacuated its minority students from campus Thursday, after three students received threatening letters, local television stations reported. According to the reports, the FBI has joined local authorities in investigating.Drexel University has announced plans to create a new law school.

April 22, 2005
Unprepared for shift to Division I, SUNY Stony Brook broke many rules, NCAA finds.

April 22, 2005
A poll of non-union faculty members suggests potential to expand collective bargaining at colleges and challenges facing organizing drives.

April 22, 2005
Through its new curriculum, Penn stresses science and math and deemphasizes the role of AP courses.

April 21, 2005
Hundreds of students in California's three public higher education systems walked out of classes Wednesday to call for the state to provide more money for their institutions, according to local press reports. The University of Georgia's messy, on-again, off-again battle with its own foundation is on again.

April 21, 2005
For the last three years, Thomas A. Hamilton has increasingly become a minority of one on the seven-member Board of Trustees of  St. Clair County Community College, regularly challenging policies adopted by the two-year institution's president and questioning whether the board is fulfilling its obligations to oversee and assess her performance.

April 21, 2005
The U. of Texas thought it was just updating its policies on faculty responsibilities. But in the age of David Horowitz, things aren't so simple.

April 21, 2005
Middlebury College, a liberal arts institution in Vermont, is negotiating to take over a graduate school in California.

April 20, 2005
Undergraduates are politically engaged, but don't fit neatly into party or ideological categories, according to a new national poll from Harvard University's Institute of Politics. The poll found that student opposition to the U.S. war in Iraq is growing -- as is general opposition to U.S.

April 20, 2005
At a Congressional hearing, debate about whether federal aid drives tuition higher, and warnings for colleges.

April 20, 2005
Harvard releases text of speech last year on American Indian issues amid criticism from some who heard it.

April 20, 2005
Presidents say longstanding classroom practices may need to change if colleges are to succeed in educating more minority students.

April 20, 2005
Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, who became Pope Benedict XVI Tuesday, has a history of clashes with Catholic colleges and theologians.

April 19, 2005
The number of Ohio legislators who do not have a college degree has risen to 31 today from 5 in the late 1990s, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. The article quotes some lawmakers and policy makers as saying they think that trend is at least partially responsible for Ohio's lukewarm financial support for higher education in recent years, but the degree-less legislators scoff at that argument.

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