September 13, 2006
- Miss a communications lecture at North Carolina State and you'll have to pay. For $2.50, students in Robert Schrag's classes can now watch videos of his lectures online, the Technician reports. "Your tuition buys you access to the lectures in the classroom," Schrag told the Technician. "If you want to hear one again, you can buy it."
- At George Washington University, the College Democrats--long the largest student group at the politically active school--have a new rival, the Daily Colonial reports.
- A controversial new student government body at Penn State has been rejected by the Big Ten schools, the Daily Collegian reports.