Not the Way You Are Supposed to Pay for Law School
- Quick Takes: Reactor Security Faulted, Students Prevent a Suicide, Open Access at Harvard?, Questions on Colorado Nominee, Newspapers Stolen, Key Leader for Academic Labor, Rightsizing at Talladega, Sudden Departure at Webster, President Loses Tenure
- Black Eye for the Buckeyes
- Peripatetic President
- Quick Takes: U. of Wash. Profs Win Back Pay, Win for Miami Janitors, Judge Backs Career Ed Campus, Title IX Changes Blasted, Toledo Merger, S.F. State Finds No Racial Profiling in Incident, Egg Donor Business Booms, Policies on Gender Identity
- A College Bookstore Q&A
Authorities suspect that an Ohio State University law student stole more than 200 books from the law library and sold or tried to sell them online, bringing in more than $10,000, The Columbus Dispatch reported. The student, who has not been identified, has posted online listings to sell more than 1,000 books. He was discovered when a Brazilian lawyer who bought a book reported to Ohio State that her new purchase had a crossed-out Ohio State ink stamp.