- Quick Takes: 34 Charged in Grade-Buying at Diablo Valley, Daniel Koshland Dies at 87, Changes at Princeton Review, Merrimack Goes SAT-Optional, Interventions for Alcohol Abuse, Reward Offered in Bombing Probe, UK Research Office Looks Abroad
- Quick Takes: Economic Models for Scholarly Publishing, Death of New College of California, Grade Changing Scandal, Limits on Industry Ties to Med Schools, New Twist on B-School Rankings, Border Dispute Is Back, Marlboro Drops SAT, White Male Failure in UK
- Quick Takes: More Aid Possible for Gulf Colleges, Student Grief and Grades, Wash. State Coach Overstated Credentials, GW's Trachtenberg to Retire, College Store Operators to Merge
- Quick Takes: U. of Missouri Recognizes Christian Fraternity, Tornado Damage at Embry-Riddle Tops $50M, Would-Be Grade Hacker Busted, Simon Fraser Cross Debate
- Quick Takes: Obama Calls for Service, Analysis Favors Subject Tests Over SAT, Moody's Is Cautious on Private Colleges, Loan Jolt for Chicago Grad Students, Big Raise for Governor's Wife, New Community College, British Borrowing Up, Studying Suicide
Quick Takes: Hacking for Grades, Providence Drops SAT, Dillard Delays Start of Semester, British Universities Struggle to Fill Top Jobs, Corinthian Campuses Cleared
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