Quick Takes: Ex-Student Ordered to Pay Baylor $77,000, Frats Defy Colorado, New Leader for Community College Trustees

July 19, 2005
  • A Texas judge has ordered a former seminary student at Baylor University to pay the institution $77,000 over lewd e-mail messages he sent to officials there, the Associated Press reported. The messages, many of them meant to appear as if they were coming from other Baylor officials, were sent after the student lost a scholarship because he is gay.
  • Fraternities at the University of Colorado at Boulder, ordered to delay rush until after freshmen finish their fall semester, are refusing, and are just moving rush off campus, according to The Boulder Daily Camera (free registration required). The university ordered the delay in rush in response to the death of a freshman last year.
  • The Association of Community College Trustees on Monday named J. Noah Brown as its new president, effective October 1. Brown is currently the association's vice president of public policy and strategic planning.
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