- Quick Takes: Contentious Search Collapses at Monroe CC, More Charges at WVU, Turning Their Backs on Schlafly, Baylor President's Future, Political Scientists Reconsider Site of Meeting, Rosemont Considers Admitting Men, RPI Extends Aid, Guns at Calvin
- Quick Takes: Sallie Mae Explains Loan Changes, 2 Robert Morris Students Killed, Colby Replaces Loans With Grants, Growing Call for Science Debate, Refunds for U. of California Students, Key Senate Aide Departs
- Is Phyllis Schlafly Worthy of an Honorary Doctorate?
- Quick Takes: Historians Protest Visa Denial, U. of Georgia Admissions Snafu, McKeon to Lead Education Panel, Delays for Veterans, U.K. Sees Application Drop, $1 Billion Pledge for India, More Criticism of Summers, Hiram Freezes Tuition
- Quick Takes: Barring Undocumented Students, HR Chief Fired Over Anti-Gay Column, IPO for Grand Canyon U., Apollo in Canada, More Anger Over Schlafly Honor, Inappropriate Influence on Ratings, Surge at Teach for America, Arizona State Drops 3 Sports
Quick Takes: WVU Professors Want President Out, Wash U. Sticks With Schlafly, A Hindu First, Sallie Mae Snafu, California Students Will Pay More, Full Scholarships for Cleveland Clinic Med Students, Largest Environmental College
May 15, 2008
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