- Quick Takes: Old Dominion's Mistake, Hopkins Sanctions Fraternity, Education Dept. Eyes College Board Panel on Aid System, Kaplan Wants to Launch in UK, LSU Medicine Returns to New Orleans, Segregating Women in Iran
- Quick Takes: New Plagiarism Charges Against Wesley President, Universities Win in Patent Dispute, Official Tapped for Temporary Education Dept. Post, Top 10 IT Issues, Authenticity of Northridge Gift Questioned, Hawks Replace Braves at Chowan
- Quick Takes: Auburn Responds to Athletic Scandal, Nelnet Objects to Education Dept. Findings, Aid Group Angry Over Ads, Support for Student Press, Maryland Bars Sudan Stocks
- Quick Takes: Rhetoric and Protest at Columbia, Education Dept. Unveils College Search Site, Genius Grants, What the CDC Missed, Berry Settles Rape Suit, Freshman Charged in Shootings, Student Satisfaction Gaps, Campus Visits, ACC Impact
- Quick Takes: Education Dept. Study Backs Program Administration Wants to Kill, Security Glitch in Loan Database, Survey Suggests SAT Scores Didn't Fall, Boston Backs Off Lab Rules, Fields Medal Rejected, Student Editor Apologizes, USC Sues Over Hospital
Quick Takes: Education Dept. Releases Rules for Aid for Colleges That Took Katrina Students, Louisiana Colleges Brace for Major Changes, Student's Column Divides Winthrop, Report Suggests Research on College Access
November 8, 2005
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