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University tuition now 10th in U.S.

Incoming first-years will be paying the 10th-highest college tuition in the nation for the 2008–2009 school year.

Syrian ambassador speaks

Imad Moustapha, Syrian ambassador to the U.S., gave a lecture, titled “U.S., Syria, and The New Old Middle East: Confrontation or Cooperation" in McConomy Monday.

Campuses up security

The gunman at Virginia Tech last April and the recent shootings at Northern Illinois University have led to increased attention to campus crime.

Lawsuit questions Blackboard’s role in academia

A court victory for Blackboard last Monday has placed today’s market for learning management systems (LMS) in the national media spotlight.

Sustainable Earth urges presidents to go green

Across the nation, university presidents are signing the Presidents Climate Commitment, a pledge aimed at addressing global warming by encouraging institutional change.

Bush founds own library and museum at SMU

On Friday, Feb. 22, Southern Methodist University (SMU) announced that it will host the Bush Library Center.

Campus News in Brief

Carnegie Mellon researchers lead the way in their respective fields, in the analysis of happiness and fuel efficient vehicles.

Lecture Preview

Karl Rove to speak on politics at Pitt, and many other lectures to happen this week.

Statistically Speaking

Here is a look at some statistics on the ways in which students spend their spring breaks.

Crime and Incident

Here is a look at the crime report from this past week.

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