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April 20, 2006
The Web counter just keeps on ticking, reminiscent of the national debt clock near Times Square. But instead of tracking the amount of money owed by the government, a group of students have used their clock to highlight how much the war in Iraq has cost New Jersey. As of Thursday morning, the tally stood at over $12.1 billion. The counter highlights that almost 588,000 students could have been provided four-year scholarships at public universities in the state for that amount of money.

April 20, 2006
A university focused on meditation is coming to the nation's highly stressed capital.

April 20, 2006
Federal judge says public university doesn't have to recognize student groups that discriminate.

April 19, 2006
Northern Kentucky suspends professor photographed removing anti-abortion display on campus.

April 19, 2006
University of Houston law dean quits -- is U.S. News to blame?

April 19, 2006
Duke University issued two statements Tuesday, following the arrests of two lacrosse players for the rape of a woman hired as a dancer for a party. One statement hinted that the students may be suspended.

April 19, 2006
Some professors respond to publicity about students' online demands by setting out some rules.

April 19, 2006
University finds that women's basketball coach -- long accused of anti-lesbian bias -- created "intimidating and offensive" environment.

April 19, 2006
MLA's revamped language map offers precise look at who speaks what in every nook and cranny in the U.S.

April 18, 2006
With 2 players arrested, firestorm over Duke lacrosse party won't go away -- even without DNA evidence.

April 18, 2006
Hiring well in face of retirements and growing enrollments requires strategic planning and campus collaboration.

April 18, 2006
Administrator at Belmont University is out of a job after his political artwork gets attention.

April 18, 2006
Faculty decry what they see as administrative hiring binge at Eastern Oregon University. 

April 18, 2006
Calif. community college district is using bonds to provide retiree benefits -- and to free up money for current faculty members.

April 18, 2006
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to consider a case in which the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit made it easier for individuals to sue colleges and other institutions on behalf of the government under the federal False Claims Act.

April 17, 2006
U. of Virginia faces criticism for having students jailed for protesting low wages of some campus workers.

April 17, 2006
In church-state dispute, court says just because a university has spent federal grant doesn't mean it can't be forced to repay it.

April 17, 2006
Yale will review graduate programs, with focus on years 2-4 as key to helping students complete dissertations.

April 17, 2006
Ohio State University officials on Friday cleared Scott Savage, a librarian at the Mansfield campus, of harassment charges filed against him based on his recommendation of an anti-gay book for a freshman reading assignment. A conservative group had threatened to sue the university if the charges were not dropped.

April 17, 2006
A study of college access in one key state raises questions about the interplay of cost, race and geography.

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