- Quick Takes: Agenda for the Candidates, Aid Ban for Drug Convicts Upheld, Deadbeat Dad as Donor, CFO Views, Settlement With Test-Prep Company, Michigan Opens Health Curriculum, Ghana Trip Faulted, No SMU Pub, Academy Names Members, Philosophical Muffin
- Quick Takes: 2 Aussies Win Biology Nobel, Yahoo Starts Digital Library, Still Cleaning Up From Rita, Harvard Endowment Tops $25B, Siena Lifts Ban on Non-Alcoholic Drinks
- Conceding Defeat -- for a Semester
- Codes Don't Work
- Quick Takes: Protest Over Political Ban at Illinois, Another Scandal for Pa. Loan Agency, Patent Loss for Johns Hopkins, Sick Students at Georgetown, Ig Nobel Prizes
Quick Takes: Tulane Announces Re-Opening Plan, Boston U. President Pledges to Study Salary Inequities, ETS Moves Ahead on Tech Test, California Patent Upheld, Campaign for 'Sweat-Free' Factories, Siena Bans Outdoor Drinking (of Anything)
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