- Quick Takes: Fines for Career Education, Mo. Plan to Sell Off Loan Assets Founders, Stanford Raises Contractor Wages, Smith Bans Sudan Investments
- Quick Takes: Laptops' Educational Value Questioned, Hearing on Tax Breaks, 'Science' Panel Suggests Reforms, Civil Rights Project Leaves Harvard for UCLA, Oxford Dons Reject Power Shift, Aid From Ariz. State, Felons in Dorms, Grawemeyer in Psychology
- Quick Takes: Cuomo Sees Redlining in Student Loans, Duke Settles With Lacrosse Players, Kentucky Adjusts Domestic Partner Benefits, Audit Prompts Resignation, Virginia Intermont Survives, Yeshiva U.'s Anti-Boycott Stance, Wiki Reality Challenged
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- Quick Takes: Tougher Oversight of NY For-Profits, Fault Line Could Force Campus to Move, $4B Drive for Cornell, Hibbing Athletes Charged in Rape, Convict Loses Admissions Suit, Fulbright Scholars Issue Reports, IRS Ruling for Stanford, Open U. Opens Wider
Quick Takes: 'No Wrongdoing' in Ariz. Shooting Case, 250,000 Acres for U. of Alaska
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