- Quick Takes: Healthy Endowment Returns, Sudden Change at Apollo Group, Florida St. to Return Prof's $11 Million, Jeb Bush Proposes Millions for Minority Students, Settlement in Term Paper Case
- 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
- Scholarly Archive or Ideological Center?
- Quick Takes: Non-Traditional Choice for Colorado Presidency, Final Attempt to Block Bush Library, Chicago State Leader to Quit, Paper's Funds Restored at Montclair State, AAUP Protests Turkish Verdict, 3 Charged in Clemson Drinking Death
- Quick Takes: Applications May Lose Significance, Challenge to Use of Race, California Undergrads, Family-Friendly Orientation, Obese Girls Less Likely to Enroll, Okla. State Wins on Eminent Domain, Orange Coast Sells Island, How Bush Helped U. of Alberta
Quick Takes: Scholar's Win Over Joyce Estate, Legacy Impact, Trade Talk Worries, Colleges to Split With Baptists, Intelligent Design at SMU, Jeb Bush Honor Is Blocked, Cuts at Coastal Bend, U. of Alberta Ends Mandatory Retirement, Mel Gibson Outburst
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