- Quick Takes: Father and Daughter Plagiarism Charges, Court Upholds Finding Against Brown, Law Deans Criticize Web Site, Support for Science Bill, Aid for La. Colleges, Battle Over Russian Academy, ETS Cancels 900 SAT Scores in Korea, Sustainability
- Quick Takes: Classes Resume After Wilma, Unrealistic Athletes
- Quick Takes: Election Day at Last, Early Results In: Endowments Down, Obama Backs College Football Playoff, Emory Reviews Research Policies, Elevated Debate at Southern U. New Orleans
- Quick Takes: $30M More for Hurricane-Damaged Colleges, Rescue at a Party, Leave for Tusculum President, Guide to Branch Campuses Abroad, Australian Branch in Singapore Shuts Down
- Quick Takes: More Aid Possible for Gulf Colleges, Student Grief and Grades, Wash. State Coach Overstated Credentials, GW's Trachtenberg to Retire, College Store Operators to Merge
Quick Takes: Dennis Shuts Down Colleges, Hacker Woes at Southern Cal
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