Nov. 21, 2007
Fresno Bee, 11/20/07
Stacy Johnson-Klein's former student assistant at a small Oklahoma university testified in a videotaped deposition that Johnson-Klein took prescription painkillers from her several times, and that she later admitted to lying about it under oath.
Fresno Bee, 11/21/07
A surprise witness flew halfway across the country to testify Tuesday afternoon in the Stacy Johnson-Klein sexual discrimination trial and tell the jurors almost nothing that she hadn't already revealed in the morning.
The San Diego City Council last night approved one ordinance designed to limit mini-dorms but kicked another back for more work.
Oakland Tribune, 11/21/07
The University of California will revamp its undergraduate application to find out more about the Pacific Rim students who have become UC's dominant face.
Modesto Bee, 11/21/07
Though its first graduates won't be doctors for at least 13 years, the University of California at Merced's medical school is plugging along.
Sacramento Bee, 11/21/07
Education advocates are expected to file suit today against the state of California for shortchanging school districts $1 billion – a move they say has left districts feeling used like "credit cards."
L.A. Times, 11/21/07
When word came in June 2006 that USC was accepting applications for three new fraternities, it was as if someone had tapped a fresh keg at spring break.
NACUBO's Business Officer Magazine, 11/2007
Imagine that your institution is sued by a long-term employee with a lengthy trail of grievances on a number of subjects and against a variety of supervisors and coworkers.
Washington Post, 11/20/07
Admission officials from Harvard, Princeton and the University of Virginia came to the Washington area this week looking for certain types of students: lower- and middle-income.
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