- Quick Takes: NYU Grad Students Prepare to Strike, Supreme Court Rejects Patent Appeal, GAO Finds Flaws in D.C. Tuition Program, Report Finds Huge Unmet Need for Students
- Quick Takes: Foundation Reveals Secret Scholarships, Education Statistics, Sallie Mae Buys Upromise, Fraudulent Grant Applications, More Scrutiny for Career Education, Biblical Literacy Urged, Who Should Run Oxford?
- Female provost is accused of repeatedly touching her male colleagues
- Quick Takes: New Campaign Against Piracy, 2 Scientists Win U.S. Award, Charges in Destruction of Anti-Abortion Display, Deadly Crash for Taylor U., Cuban-American Scholars Seek Exchanges, Princetonians Back 'Bill of Rights', Valparaiso Students Protest
- Quick Takes: No Approval for 'Emergency' Transfer Survey, Details and Disputes on AP Scandal, Dolly Closes Some Campuses, Medical Information Project, Sports Secrecy at Rutgers, Berkeley Wins Construction Battle, Federal Spanking Policy
Quick Takes: House Passes Bill on Presidential Records, New Report on Substance Abuse on Campus, California Boards Increase Tuition, Charges Dropped in Guilford Case, Charles Taylor Wins Templeton, Internet Ban at Elite Indian Institute
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