- Quick Takes: 7 Students Killed in Fire, $85M Not to Change Name, Princeton to Return Art to Italy, 3 Years for 'Fighting Sioux' Name, Chief Images Allowed in Parade, Club Proliferation, Vandals Who Want to Smoke, Invincible Donovan U.
- Shunning the 'Fighting Sioux'
- Quick Takes: Second Thoughts in California, Economist Admits Fraud, Nobel in Medicine, Benefits Data, Artifacts Dispute, 'Fighting Sioux' Warning, Removing Sex Offenders, Middlebury Seeks Campaign Record, 'Cloud Computing' Drive, 'Booze News' Questioned
- Most colleges adjust to moving away from Native American mascots
- More NCAA Conflict for Alcorn State
Quick Takes: Horowitz Disrupted at Emory, Deal in Works on 'Fighting Sioux' Name, Randolph Eliminates 5 Departments, International Rankings Questioned, N.J. Colleges Criticized, NCAA Punishes Ark., Court Win for Chapman, Deadlines Extended for Fire Region
October 26, 2007
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