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February 17, 2005

Whenever a spate of recruiting or academic scandals hits college sports, critics typically suggest that "everybody does it" and defenders of the sports enterprise write off the wrongdoers as being among a relative handful of "bad apples." Which is closer to the truth? Judging by one measure -- the number of big-time sports programs that committed major violations and were punished for them by the National Collegiate Athletic Association in the first five years of this decade -- the truth is somewhere in between, but probably closer to the former than the latter.

February 17, 2005

 

February 17, 2005

The internment of Japanese Americans in World War II remains a shameful episode in American history. In From Concentration Camp to Campus: Japanese American Students and World War II (University of Illinois Press), Allan W. Austin focuses on a positive event during the internments. More than 4,000 college students were allowed to leave the camps to enroll in colleges -- provided that the colleges would accept them and were not on the West Coast.

February 16, 2005

Harvard's president hears a barrage of criticism from angry professors.

February 16, 2005

At a time of steadily rising tuitions, Saint Louis Christian College is going the other way -- all the way the other way.

February 16, 2005

Liberals are tired of getting their hats handed to them -- and not just in presidential elections, either. Today, Campus Progress, which is backed by the Center for American Progress, a Washington think tank, opens a campaign to try to win back to liberalism the hearts and minds of American college students.

February 16, 2005

Honoring a labor boycott, the Organization of American Historians is moving its annual meeting from San Francisco to San Jose.

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