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May 16, 2006

Officials at the University of Denver watched and listened with great interest Monday as the State Department announced that it was restoring full diplomatic relations with Libya and removing the North African country from the list of state sponsors of terrorism.

May 16, 2006

Northwestern University has suspended all women's soccer activities, pending an investigation of possible hazing on the team, the Associated Press reported.

May 16, 2006

Movement grows in Congress to use prizes to push scientists to focus on key topics.

May 16, 2006

The following colleges and universities have named new presidents or provosts:

May 16, 2006

Mandatory retirement was once the norm in higher education -- and most of the academics who had emeritus status forced on them were male.Today, mandatory retirement is far from the norm and is illegal for faculty and many other positions. But a significant number of colleges, using loopholes in federal age-discrimination law that apply to executives and top decision-making officials, still have mandatory retirement for presidents and other top administrators.

May 15, 2006

Continuing a recent trend, applications to colleges were up again in 2005, following a slight dip the previous year. More than 70 percent of colleges reported increases in applications, according to the 2006 "State of College Admission" report, by the National Association for College Admission Counseling. Women submitted about 55 percent of the applications.

May 15, 2006

Reviews by AAUP question treatment of professors at Greenville College and New Mexico Highlands University.

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