Three Higher Ed Stories Worth a Look - And a Listen
*NPR's Larry Abramson had an interesting piece recently on "All Things Considered" about new rules for military tuition assistance, and how some colleges and universities are balking at the more stringent requirements. This is a particularly timely issue given that so many troops are headed home from Iraq ... and back to school. You can hear the story here.
*Is there anything more stressful than law school examinations? Is there any better cure for that stress than a puppy? Apparently not, according to George Mason University (click here for the Washington Post story).
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