- Not So Super Tuesday
- Limits on Free Speech
- Beyond Michigan's Race Referendum
- Michiganders Will Vote on Affirmative Action
- When a Bond Vote is Contested
- Quick Takes: Medical Students Criticize Curriculum, Vt. Court Rejects Ex-Lecturer's Appeal; New Survey on Student Spending
- Appeals court overturns Michigan ban on affirmative action
- Nebraska Regent Ousted
Quick Takes: Affirmative Action Ballot Dispute, Women's Sports Participation, Yale Will Spend More, Supreme Court Rejects Appeal on Campus Elections, Purchase of Textbook Company, New Buyer Possible for Myers U., Better Late Than Never
January 8, 2008
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