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October 23, 2006

Professor whom university stripped of teaching duties reaches agreement to retire early.

October 23, 2006

An analysis published today in The Wall Street Journal suggests that the crime data colleges report to the Education Department -- and share with applicants -- understate the extent of campus crime. The analysis compares that data with less publicized statistics reported to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which tend to suggest a far greater frequency of crime.The U.S.

October 23, 2006

Pre-game, pre-party, pre-funk ... how to pre-vent?Call “pre-gaming” by any of its other names and it still translates the same for substance abuse specialists seeking strategies to control the ubiquitous “pre-party,” generally defined as a small group of students drinking together in a dorm room or other private space prior to an actual party or social event.

October 20, 2006

Data document relationship between finishing graduate school, publishing, getting a job -- and being married.

October 20, 2006

On election night next month, many eyes will be on Michigan, where voters will consider a proposal that would broadly ban race or sex-based affirmative action in all government programs, including college and university admissions. But while that may be the most visible state ballot measure related to higher education this year, dozens of others -- on such diverse issues as state tax and spending limits, eminent domain and gay marriage -- could significantly affect colleges and universities.

October 20, 2006

Move may reflect changes in for-profit higher education market and views about generating leads for students.

October 20, 2006

Professors gather at Howard Hughes Medical Institute to consider how to make courses more effective.

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