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September 2, 2005
A decade out, 4 of 5 degree recipients say their undergraduate education prepared them for work, U.S. survey finds.

September 2, 2005
While some students from colleges in New Orleans enroll elsewhere, their institutions still hope that the semester will not be lost.

September 2, 2005
Otterbein College withdraws thousands of bogus credits awarded to hundreds of Florida teachers in scheme approved by associate dean.

September 2, 2005
Student sues 3 Web sites for allegedly infringing copyright and selling her essay without her consent.

September 2, 2005
The Fulbright Program has long been known as a tool to promote international understanding by sending American scholars abroad and bringing professors from all over the world to American campuses.

September 1, 2005
More than 1,000 people rallied Wednesday to back graduate students at New York University who want to keep their union, and 78 were arrested in acts of civil disobedience, Crain's New York Business reported.

September 1, 2005
Education Department will ease financial aid for transferring students and waive rules, officials say.

September 1, 2005
Harding U. cancels invitation to conservative commentator after alumni call her un-Christian.

September 1, 2005
NLRB rejects Carroll's argument that collective bargaining for professors would hurt institution's religious identity.

August 31, 2005
Verbal figures are flat and gaps among racial and ethnic groups continue to grow.

August 31, 2005
At scholarly meeting, 4 presidents discuss the state of higher education and their field.

August 31, 2005
A dispute in the Los Angeles D.A.'s office -- now reaching the U.S. Supreme Court -- could limit the rights of professors at state and local colleges.

August 31, 2005
The start of the academic year at the University of Virginia has been marred by a series of racial incidents, prompting students to debate whether more should be done to protect minority students, The Daily Progress reported.The National Collegiate Athletic Association has placed Florida International University on three years' probation because of violations in its football program.

August 31, 2005
Students at U. of Oklahoma discover that many pharmacy colleges care about what you wear.

August 30, 2005
Texas court dumps ruling saying that having an international reputation gives college stars special rights.

August 30, 2005
When hurricane hit New Orleans, colleges had evacuated; many campuses in region turn gyms into shelters.

August 30, 2005
Male graduate students who have wives drop out less frequently and finish their Ph.D.'s more quickly than their single counterparts.

August 30, 2005
Mother Jones magazine has released its annual honors for campus activism. Among those praised are the Princeton University students who staged their own filibusters to protest the plans by Sen. Bill Frist, the Republican Senate leader and a Princeton alumnus, to kill off the filibuster; Washington University in St.

August 30, 2005
Many Americans qualify for federal education tax breaks but don't use them, U.S. study finds.

August 29, 2005
With Hurricane Katrina headed toward New Orleans Sunday, colleges in the city closed campuses and evacuated students. Several colleges' Web sites were down, but of those operating, Loyola University's said that all students were being evacuated to Baton Rouge. Louisiana State University's Health Science Center in New Orleans announced that there would be no academic courses on Monday.

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