- Quick Takes: Apollo Profit Rises, Tex. Colleges Lose Vanity Plates
- Quick Takes: MacArthur Names 'Genius' Fellows, Mellon's $10 Million in Katrina Aid, Downturn for Apollo Group, Another ITT Lawsuit Dismissed
- Quick Takes: The Last Announced Delay in Doctoral Rankings, Yeshiva U. Loses $110M, 'Triple Guarantee' From Manchester, Rice Adds Aid, From Williams to Northwestern, York U. Strike Escalates, Scrooge Is Alive and Well
- Quick Takes: Connecticut College Wins Tax Battle, Penn Bars Investment in 7 Companies, Apollo Subpoenaed in Stock Option Inquiry, Chinese Students Riot Over Name on Diploma
- Quick Takes: Legal Win for Apollo, U.S. Revokes Visas of 3 Palestinian Fulbright Scholars, Wachovia Abandons Private Student Loans, Boycott Possible of Law School Meeting, New Call for NCAA to Ban Booze Ads, Eduard Closes Campuses
Quick Takes: Phoenix Rises, Turmoil at Tribal College, Remaking Minnesota
March 30, 2005
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