- Quick Takes: Ex-Prof Convicted of Threats, Retired Prof Indicted for Allegedly Passing Sensitive Information, Controversy Over Bush at Furman, Mixed Grades for Teacher Preparation, Americans Love St. Andrews
- 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: Export Panel Praised by Higher Ed Groups, Missouri Rejects Ken Lay Request, Protests Against Rice at Boston College, $1M for a Women's Coach
- Quick Takes: $101 Million Arts Gift at Princeton, Indictment for Lab Arson, Bridgewater Students Charged in Stabbing, President Quits Troubled Medical University, '2020 Vision' for NSF, Does Higher Ed Encourage Belief in Ghosts?
- Quick Takes: Animal Rights Activists vs. Berkeley, Sallie Mae Warning on Loans, Contract for Part-Timers at GW, Flagship Leaders Under Fire, Cambridge Fires President, Virginia Returns Sculptures, Missing the Point of de Beauvoir
Quick Takes: Indiana Suspends Research Project, Knoxville and Faculty Settle Suit, Convict Teaches Criminal Justice
September 6, 2005
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