Rutgers football run amok: 5 players arrested, coach under investigation | The Washington Post

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Sep 042015
 
Rutgers football run amok: 5 players arrested, coach under investigation | The Washington Post

Rutgers University’s football team seems to be falling apart — and the season hasn’t even started yet. On Thursday, five players were arrested — four for charges related to an alleged assault, one for charges related to alleged home invasions.

A Controversial Search Ends With a Controversial Chief for the U. of Iowa | The Chronicle of Higher Education

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Sep 042015
 
A Controversial Search Ends With a Controversial Chief for the U. of Iowa | The Chronicle of Higher Education

Two days after faculty members peppered J. Bruce Harreld with questions about his qualifications to run a major research university, Iowa’s statewide Board of Regents named him on Thursday as president of the University of Iowa.

Students meet with Howard U. officials as social media protest continues | The Washington Post

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Sep 042015
 
Students meet with Howard U. officials as social media protest continues | The Washington Post

After concerns about Howard University went viral, administration officials met with students Thursday, reassuring them that they were aware of the issues and were taking action to improve things.

Letter: Stubbs touched city, ECU | The Daily Reflector

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Letter: Stubbs touched city, ECU | The Daily Reflector

Greenville, East Carolina University and the Pirate Nation lost one of their biggest fans on Aug. 19 in Harry W. Stubbs IV. A Greenville native, Harry’s loss will be felt by the many lives he touched through his financial support for ECU, through jobs created with his eastern North Carolina farming endeavors, and through his passionate advocacy of Pirate causes. His life reminds us all to remain undaunted in all that we do.