Ahmadinejad to Iran’s rulers: Keep coed colleges
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran’s political power struggles have brought no shortage of cutthroat intrigue with careers ruined, government officials arrested and even accusations of black magic. And now this — firebrand President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as the voice of liberal dissent.
Best of the Best
Congratulations to this year’s valedictorians and salutatorians
At top colleges, diversity not just black-white
ST. LOUIS — An annual price tag that tops $52,000 aside, Washington University's commitment to luring more low-income students is hard to question.
New rules could bring NFL look to colleges
INDIANAPOLIS - College football could be taking a few pages right out of the NFL's rule book.
Editorial: Wrong time for engineering program at UGA
If timing is everything, members of the University System Board of Regents should use their meeting today to deflect the effort to establish new majors in civil, mechanical, electrical and electronic engineering at the University of Georgia and Georgia Southern University.
Author to discuss 'Superbug' at university, library
For years, doctors have successfully treated all kinds of different infections with antibiotics.
Retired journalist giving papers to university
One of Georgia's best-known journalists, Bill Shipp, is donating his papers to the University of Georgia.
Colleges get 60 days for citizenship checks
ATLANTA - University System Chancellor Erroll Davis on Friday gave the presidents of the state's 35 public colleges and universities two months to pore over student applications and ferret out those who can't prove they are U.S. citizens.