- Quick Takes: Jury Awards $19M to Former Fresno Coach, Woods Hole Sued by Anti-Evolution Biologist, Poll on Immigrant Tuition, Students Without Mumps Shots Banned, Speech Codes, Grawemeyer in Religion
- Campus Mumps Outbreak Spreads
- Quick Takes: Tucker Nominated, Judge Refuses to Block Michigan Referendum, Contract at Oakland U., Stem Cell Rules in Mass., Minority Enrollments Lag in Wash. State, Mumps Warnings, Legal Win for Florida State, Research on Patients, Democratic Culture
- Return of the Mumps
- Fighting a Distortion of Research
Quick Takes: New Mumps Outbreak, Professors' Textbook Choices, Earmark 'Reform' Passed, 'Macaca' Remark Costs Senator Honor From Black Colleges, Suits Against U. of Cal., Sale of Lecture Downloads Reviewed, Objection to Telecommunications Plan
September 15, 2006
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