- Quick Takes: MIT Professor Starts Hunger Strike, ETS Sees 'Perfect Storm' in Education, New Challenge on Visa Denial, Lesbian Bias Suit Settled at Penn State, Dalai Lama and Emory, Departing Presidents in Canada, Stem Cell Debate in Australia
- Quick Takes: Loyalty Oath Compromise, Sudden Departure at Miss. State, Athletic Realities, Physicist Wins House Seat, Whistle Blower Accused of Plagiarism, Short Story Leads to Guns, MIT and Carleton Expand Aid, Lender Layoffs, Rankings Parody
- Quick Takes: Visa for Scholar Denied, Opposing Research Access Law, Yale Tops Harvard in Endowment Growth, Morehouse President to Retire, New Chief for Phoenix, Career Ed Revolving Door, More Mumps, Student Editors Punish Themselves, Private Loans
- Quick Takes: Healthy Endowment Returns, Sudden Change at Apollo Group, Florida St. to Return Prof's $11 Million, Jeb Bush Proposes Millions for Minority Students, Settlement in Term Paper Case
- Quick Takes: Athletics vs. Academics, NIH Bill Passes, Data on Technology Issues, Anger in Iowa, Introducing Randolph College, New Panel on Visas and Security, Indiana Boosts Aid
Quick Takes: Visa Denial Prompts Lawsuit, Compromise Considered on Minority Scholarships at Southern Illinois, Parents Wait to Plan for College Costs, Sudden Departure at New Mexico
January 26, 2006
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