- Quick Takes: Faculty Group Criticizes NCAA on Academic Penalties, Lack of Insurance Kills WVU Deal, Coach Bans Reporter, Back-to-College Spending Expected to Drop, Loyola Faulted on Animal Research, Why Med Students Need Monet and Picasso
- Quick Takes: Contract Deal for Cal State Faculty, Colleges Reminded of Loan Rules, Senator's Probe on Sports and Taxes, Michigan Students Arrested at Sit-In, American U. Students Protest Karl Rove
- Louisiana to Disappear Completely by July, Scientists Say
- Quick Takes: Scholars Back Churchill, Stem Cell Patents Questioned, Compromise Proposed at Eastern Mich., Murder-Suicide at U. of Wash., Norfolk State Student Charged in Stabbing, Dartmouth Sued for $20M, Westfield State Incorrectly Accepts Applicants
- California's public colleges face more budget cuts if tax hike fails
Quick Takes: Churchill Inquiry Nears Finish, Shoreline Community College President Quits, Iowa Employees Reject Union, Miss. Delays New Tax on Student Meals, Back-to-College Spending Is Up
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