- Quick Takes: Higher Ed Inflation Index Hits 3.6%, CUNY Faculty Approve Contract, Ex-Prof Convicted, Hawaii Changes Housing Rules, Iran Detains Prof Bound for Penn, 'Tanorexia' Among Students, $2.5M for Organic Food at Bates
- An Arrest in Iran
- Quick Takes: New Mexico Highlands Settles With Ex-Professor, 'Cyberinfrastructure' in Humanities and Social Sciences, Mich. Supreme Court Shields University Documents, Israel Accuses Akron Professor of Spying, Affirmative Action at Oxford
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Quick Takes: TA Strike Called Off at Cal State, Chatham Agrees to Improve Disabled Access, Santa Fe and New Mexico Highlands Talk Merger, Aid Delays at Tulsa Community College, Iran Trial Awaits Would-Be Penn Scholar, Report on Study Abroad Professionals
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