- Quick Takes: New Research Rules Urged at VCU, Ads Banned From History Course, Savings Decline, Another Conference Location Controversy, Vanderbilt Replaces Loans With Grants, 'Working Mother' Honors Cornell and Harvard, Tidings from IRS, Beheaded Croc
- Rescue Mission or Hostile Takeover?
- Calculating the Tobacco Taint
- 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
- Rescuing a College in Cleveland
- Students protest lack of indictment in Ferguson
- Quick Takes: Taking Visas to Gaza, Science Blogger Under Attack, Bible Prof Could Be Fired, J-School Abroad, Albright Drops SAT
- Quick Takes: WVU Loses Gifts, Anthropologists Question 'Minerva' Project, Johnson C. Smith Tuition Freeze, New Buyer for Myers U., First Contract for Wayne State Part Timers, Flooding Shuts Maine-Fort Kent, Congress Passes Loan Bill
Quick Takes: Secret Tobacco Contract at Virginia Commonwealth, $100M Gift for Chairs at Okla. State, Judge Approves Sale of Myers U., Smith Drops SAT, When a Morehouse Man Is Gay, Technology Layoffs, Theory on Student Drownings, Furor Over IQ
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