- Quick Takes: Milton Friedman Dies, $261M for Emory, California 2-Year Colleges Criticized, Fallout From MIT Dispute, Explaining Graduation Rates, Kennedy Lays Out Priorities, 'Standing Still' on Basic Research
- Quick Takes: Pact Gives Big Boost for Veterans' Benefits, Fresno State to Pay $9M, Some Chicago Profs Worry About Friedman Tilt, Grand Jury Blasts San Joaquin Delta, Phoenix Spends Big Online, Concerns on Med Student Debt, Mixed Verdict for Tree-Sitters
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- Milton Friedman was actually a financial aid progressive (essay)
- Quick Takes: Obama's Pick for Education Secretary, Pomona Keeps Alma Mater, New Mexico President Defends Salary, Layoffs at Santa Fe, New Loan Plan in New York, Critique of U.S. Privacy Rules, Gross Messages for Students
Quick Takes: White House Backs Purchase of Loans, Creationist Institute Loses Round, New Law Schools Debated, Brown Condemns Pie Attack, Pomona Questions Its Alma Mater, World's Youngest Prof, Jazz Education Group Is Bankrupt, Grateful Dead Archive
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