- Quick Takes: Michigan Resumes Admissions, Student Stabs Instructor at Malcolm X College, Another Sign of Good Endowment Year, Phoenix Buys Online High School, Brandeis and Carter, Professor of Champagne
- Quick Takes: Punishments in VCU Degree Scandal, College Tries to Find Anonymous Critic, Fresno State to Pay $605K to Ex-Coach, Missing Regents at Morgan, Ethics and Football Tickets, Town vs. Gown, Cats vs. Coyotes, Campaign Silliness
- Junior Faculty in Israel Announce Strike
- Protest Over Possible Criminal Charges Against Irvine Students
- Strike by Students in Chile
- Hunger Strike Ends at Berkeley
- Quick Takes: More Criticism of Brandeis, Strike Ends at Canada's York U., Colleges Spent $100M on Lobbying U.S., Reforms Urged for Medical Education, Strategies for Remedial Ed, NSF's Porn Problem
- Baltimore Hebrew U. Merges Into Towson U.
Quick Takes: Oversight Proposed for Testing Industry, McCain Heckled, Family Business, Hackers at Ohio U., Vermont Won't Buy New Campus, St. Ambrose Won't Help Break a Strike, Columbia to Seek $4B, Brandeis Considers How Jewish to Be
May 22, 2006
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