Running Out of Time in Santa Fe
- Keep Santa Fe Weird
- Quick Takes: Tennessee President Quits, Harvard Slows Work on New Campus, Protests at NYU, More Cuts at Santa Fe, Morrill to Succeed Connor at Teagle, U. of Ga. Apologizes for Condom Poster
- Quick Takes: Obama's Pick for Education Secretary, Pomona Keeps Alma Mater, New Mexico President Defends Salary, Layoffs at Santa Fe, New Loan Plan in New York, Critique of U.S. Privacy Rules, Gross Messages for Students
- Quick Takes: TA Strike Called Off at Cal State, Chatham Agrees to Improve Disabled Access, Santa Fe and New Mexico Highlands Talk Merger, Aid Delays at Tulsa Community College, Iran Trial Awaits Would-Be Penn Scholar, Report on Study Abroad Professionals
- 'Rebundling' Liberal Education
The College of Santa Fe, a private college known for its arts programs and close faculty-student interaction, has for months been facing closure and hoping for a a bailout from a state university, most likely New Mexico Highlands University. Legislation to authorize such a takeover by the state is moving, but is not a done deal, leading the college to announce that it would close May 22, barring a new plan to finance its operations. Even as it announced these plans, the college was working with legislators to push the takeover legislation, and supporters of the college continue to float new ideas on how to keep it alive.