- Katrina Briefs: Tulane Medical School to Operate in Texas, NCAA Clarifies Opposition to Transfers
- Inequity in Post-Katrina Funding
- Quick Takes: Dillard Finds Temporary Home, at Tulane; Americans and German Win Physics Nobel; No Hurricane Hit to Texas State Credit; Duke Gets $75 Million -- From Duke; Caltech President Retiring; NIH Creates Stem Cell Bank in Wis.
- Sociology in the Storms
- Quick Takes: Dillard Announces Layoffs, Yale Music School Receives $100 Million Gift, Housing Agency Funds College Efforts to Rebuild Gulf Coast, Jury Clears Ex-President on Fraud Charges, Students Protest Loan Cuts
Quick Takes: House GOP Proposes Aid for Hurricane Victims, U. of New Orleans Starts Online Semester, Promoting Higher Ed for Students With Developmental Disabilities, Revamped GRE, Ig Nobels for Work on Slowly Dripping Tar and Replacement Dog Testicles
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