- Quick Takes: Cheating by Professionals, Degree of Influence, Kickbacks Admitted, Sallie Mae's Strategy, Engineering Push in California, Cheating Scandal Shrinks Bowl Roster, Ivies vs. Oxbridge, Testing Chaos in Korea, It's Not All Work at the MLA
- Quick Takes: Louisville Scene of Latest Campus Incident, Calif. Aid Cut Would Hit 2-Year Students Hardest, Judge Backs Peer-Review Confidentiality, Another Bank Drops Student Loans, Library Theft, Israel Boycott Idea Resurfaces
- Quick Takes: Blackface Incidents at Whitman and Texas A
- Quick Takes: Wisconsin Governor Vetoes Bill to Bar Stem Cell Research, $100 Million for Tufts, Stony Brook Buys Campus, Georgia Provost Cracks Down on Skipped Classes, Tri-State Lifts Gag Rule, UNH Apologizes to 501 Alumni Incorrectly Listed as Dead
- Quick Takes: No Strike in Pennsylvania, Faust's First Day, Locked Out at MIT, Michigan Alters Domestic Partners Plan, Diploma Mill Protection Law Expires, American Presidents on Anti-Boycott Trip
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