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This Week in Higher Ed: Nov. 14, 2013

What Would I Say website goes viral What Would I Say, a website created by Princeton students that uses text from a Facebook user’s previous posts to generate humorous statuses, has become a phenomenon, gaining more than 1 million total hits and being featured in media outlets like the New Yorker, ...

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This week in higher ed: Oct. 24, 2013

GWU admits to inaccurate portrayal of admission policy After years of telling prospective students the university was need-blind in its admission decisions, George Washington University admitted Friday that it has always considered financial need during the process. Laurie Koehler, the university’s ...

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This week in higher ed: Oct. 3, 2013

Explosion hits UC Berkeley Following an explosion on the University of California at Berkeley campus, officials declared a state of emergency and called for a campus-wide evacuation around 6:40 p.m. Monday. Dan Mogulof, executive director of public affairs at UC Berkeley, told the Daily Californian ...

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This week in higher ed: Sept. 12, 2013

Michigan State relieves professor of teaching duties after politically charged comments A creative writing professor at Michigan State University was suspended from his teaching responsibilities after making controversial statements on the first day of class. A student captured the remarks on a video ...

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Metro

British public views election as 'clash of ideals'

OXFORD, England - When Americans head to the polls Tuesday, most Britons will be rooting for another victory for President Obama. His superstar image may have diminished after what many here consider a disappointing term, but in the United Kingdom, the majority look unfavorably on Republican candidate ...

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Honorary Degree Recipients

Eight influential figures will receive honorary degrees from President Ruth Simmons on behalf of the University during this year's Commencement exercises. The Board of Fellows of the Corporation, the University's highest governing body, selected the recipients, following recommendations from an advisory ...

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Corporation selects eight recipients for honorary degrees

President Ruth Simmons will present eight honorary degrees on behalf of the University to influential individuals who are leaders in their fields during Commencement Weekend. The recipients were selected by the Board of Fellows of the Corporation, the University's highest governing body, following recommendations ...

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Profs balance research, teaching

As the University aims to compete with powerhouse research institutions - many of which have larger endowments - research experience has become a major factor in hiring and faculty tenure decisions. But faculty members remain conflicted as to whether the University's increased emphasis on research and ...

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