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February 8, 2005

Nebraska shrinks its staff and its office to avoid cutting the number of books that it publishes.

February 8, 2005

Ward Churchill never got to talk at Hamilton College. But the controversial ethnic studies professor was supposed to have a platform tonight at his home campus, the University of Colorado at Boulder.

February 8, 2005

Stanford elevates "ethical reasoning" in general education program; some fear diversity issues are getting downgraded.

February 7, 2005

A Florida State U. center has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars promoting President Bush's school choice policies, The Palm Beach Post reports.

February 7, 2005

Iowa Supreme Court rules that state open-records laws apply to a public university's foundation.

February 7, 2005

Two students died in fraternity-related incidents last week: one from injuries in a fight at Baldwin-Wallace College and one in an apparent hazing activity that involved drinking massive quantities of water at California State University at Chico. During this academic year, fatalities have already occurred involving fraternities or their parties at Colorado State University, Eastern Michigan University, the University of Colorado, the University of Delaware and the University of Oklahoma.

February 4, 2005

The University of Colorado has started a review that could lead to the termination of Ward Churchill, a tenured professor whose comments on 9/11 have created a huge controversy. Phil DiStefano, interim chancellor of the university's Boulder campus, announced the review at a special meeting of the University's Board of Regents called to discuss Churchill.

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