- Quick Takes: $2B Victory for Enron Investors, Minnesota Restructures, Rose-Hulman Chief Quits, Smoother Sailing, Grade Changes at Dodge City, PR Gaffe at Colorado
- Quick Takes: Dispute on Web Addresses, Princeton Averts Tenure Fight, Rutgers Reorganization, Anti-Nepotism Rules in Georgia, Basketball Turmoil at Santa Clara
- Quick Takes: New Chief for Career College Group, $500M for Energy Research, More Aid at Ga. Tech, Blocking Easy Grades for Athletes, Stem Cell Guidelines, Appeals Court Extends Athlete's ADA Suit, Settlement in Landmark Case, Porn at Ball State
- Quick Takes: Columbia Will Use $15 Million to Diversify Faculty, U. of Calif. Garners Another Big Enron Settlement, Purdue Takes Back Honor for Earl Butz, Cerritos Coach Arrested
- Quick Takes: MIT Professor Starts Hunger Strike, ETS Sees 'Perfect Storm' in Education, New Challenge on Visa Denial, Lesbian Bias Suit Settled at Penn State, Dalai Lama and Emory, Departing Presidents in Canada, Stem Cell Debate in Australia
Quick Takes: Visa Rules for U.S. and China, More Ga. Nepotism, Another Enron Settlement
June 15, 2005
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