- Quick Takes: Trustees' Businesses Do Well at Suffolk U., U. of California Will Resume Israel Program, Harvard Scales Back Hiring, Christmas Wars Get Going for 2008, U.S. to Expand Help for Student Lenders, Fighting Over Scottish History
- Quick Takes: Bowdoin Drops Loans, Scrutiny for Pluto Press, Another Indian Student Murdered, Diversity Training Questioned, Purchasing Card Fraud, Admissions Snafu, Rules on 529 Plans, Strike Ends in Israel, Tokyo Starts English-Only Grad Program
- Quick Takes: Taking Visas to Gaza, Science Blogger Under Attack, Bible Prof Could Be Fired, J-School Abroad, Albright Drops SAT
- Quick Takes: Rape Charges Against Eastern Ore. Official, Tex. Southern Cuts Jobs, Elizabethtown Fires Religion Chair, Cybersecurity Program's Demise, Strategies for Safe Drinking, No BYU Students in Israel, Auburn Prof Denies Charges, Winning a Visa
- Quick Takes: Head of Aid Officers' Group to Retire, Trying to Lure Gordon Gee, Contract Talks Extended in Pennsylvania, B-School Recruiting Payoffs, Gallaudet on Probation, CDC Suspends Texas A
Quick Takes: Scrutiny for Cal State Compensation, Michigan State Brings Students Home
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