- Prof Fired for Plagiarism Sues Teachers College for $200M
- Ex-Professor Who Was Accused of Plagiarism Loses Suit
- Victim, Victimizer or Both?
- Quick Takes: A Prof and His Drug Company Ties, Madonna Constantine Sues Columbia, Scrutiny of Ads Against Gay Marriage, Attack on Muslim Student at Elmhurst, Economics Nobel, 'Blazing Saddles' Misfires, The Right Kind of Complaint
- Quick Takes: Violence Threat Shuts Exhibit, Walkout at Hampshire, Double Standard Alleged, Grand Jury Probes Noose Incident, Furor Over Ashcroft Visit to Skidmore, Ohio Higher Ed Reforms, UMass Online in China, Apologies at Lehigh, British Prodigies
- Facebook Face Off
- A President Becomes an Undergraduate
- Quick Takes: Chemistry Nobel, Pa. Loan Agency Probed, Attitudes on Drinking, Media Group Censures Okla. Baptist, Dean Quits Following Drug Charge, French Intellectuals Back Philosopher, Gallaudet Protests Return, NIH Effort on Clinical Research
Quick Takes: Madonna Constantine Fired, A Very Full Friday Option, Win for GMAT, Clean Learning, Higher Ed Act Extension (Again), Gains for Syracuse Adjuncts, Breaking News on Odysseus
June 24, 2008
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