- Quick Takes: Yale Approves Tenure Reforms, UCLA Admits More Black Applicants, Virginia Intermont Could Close, New Push Against Bush Institute, Fisk Sale of O'Keeffe Painting Blocked, Saint Joseph's Paper Apologizes, Guggenheim Winners Named
- Quick Takes: Art Disputes at Fisk and Randolph, Education Dept. Oversight Faulted, Publishers' Lobbying Questioned, Ave Maria Law Accreditation at Risk, Miracle for Stonehill, Noose at Maryland, Trips and Spa Treatments, U. of Hawaii Settles Suit
- 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
- British University to Start Using U.S.-Style GPAs
- Quick Takes: Fisk and O'Keeffe Museum Compromise, Eastern Mich. Alters Crime Policies, Bribes for Foreign Students, Voorhees and President Move On, Fight Over Ousted Prof in New Zealand, Crown College Stripped of Accreditation
- Cuomo Tries Again on Higher Education in Prisons
- Fisk U. Again Seeks to Sell Art Collection
- Taking on Lenders and Colleges
Quick Takes: Crow Vows Limited Use of Rankings in Contract, Escalating Criticism of Florida A
March 20, 2007
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