- Quick Takes: New Effort on Student Loans, Court Upholds Cal State Admissions Policy, NIT and NCAA Apparently Settle Lawsuit
- 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: Fisk and O'Keeffe Museum Compromise, Eastern Mich. Alters Crime Policies, Bribes for Foreign Students, Voorhees and President Move On, Fight Over Ousted Prof in New Zealand, Crown College Stripped of Accreditation
- Quick Takes: Sallie Mae Will Pick Up New Default Fee, California Faculty Oust Leader, Storm Damages Kansas Campus, Wright State Coach Quits, U. of Akron Undercover Probe Questioned, Facebook Profiles of Alleged Arsonists, European Education Analyzed
- Quick Takes: Virginia's New Laws on Campus Safety, Presidents Question NCAA on Beer Ads, Amherst Goes Need-Blind for Foreign Students, Big Gifts for Tufts and Lesley, Indian Supreme Court Upholds Admissions Quotas
Quick Takes: Georgetown Gets Millions in Patent Settlement; NCAA Upholds Punishment of Miss. State; Readers React to 'Undercover Freshman' and Admissions Critique
July 15, 2005
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