- Quick Takes: $500 Million Sought for Gulf Colleges, New Leader and Focus for Woodrow Wilson Foundation, Ohio Court Upholds Anti-Party Law
- Quick Takes: Official Fired for 'Yard Ape' Comment Sues to Regain Job, Notre Dame Sells TV Station for $85 Million, Appeals Court Lets Disability Suit Proceed
- 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
- Adding Up the Damage
- Doling Out Katrina Relief
Quick Takes: Katrina Damage to Miss. Colleges Hits $673 Million, Greenville Tech Official Loses Job Over Katrina Slur, NCAA Opposes 'Athletic Looting,' Reports on Diversity, Levine to Retire as Teachers College Chief, Vatican Looks for Gays at Seminaries
September 15, 2005
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