- Quick Takes: $500 Million Sought for Gulf Colleges, New Leader and Focus for Woodrow Wilson Foundation, Ohio Court Upholds Anti-Party Law
- Repair Delays Force Delgado to Turn Away Students
- Inequity in Post-Katrina Funding
- Quick Takes: Bush Proposes Education Accounts for Gulf Coast Workers, Judge Dismisses ITT Suit, Voters Approve Bonds for Kirkwood CC, Setback for North Dakota on Mascot, $200 Million for African Universities, Student Health in Canada
- Equal and Unequal
- Adding Up the Damage
- Quick Takes: More Aid Possible for Gulf Colleges, Student Grief and Grades, Wash. State Coach Overstated Credentials, GW's Trachtenberg to Retire, College Store Operators to Merge
- Quick Takes: Alcorn State President Dies, For-Profit Enrollments Up, Contract Probe at North Texas, Miami U. Expands Aid, U.S. Funds for Katrina-Damaged Colleges, Fraternal Lobbying for Brigham Young
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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