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As a summit of Latin American leaders opens in the capital of the Dominican Republic today, all eyes are on the escalating conflict between Colombia, Ecuador, and Venezuela, which was touched off last week by a cross-border raid conducted by Colombian forces. Earlier today, Ecuadoran President Rafael Correa demanded that Colombian leaders formally apologize for entering the country's territory.
One victim was the head of the UNC student government.
The University of Texas combines a chili cook-off with finding a job; the Universityof North Carolina celebrates its 213th anniversary
From South Carolina to Oregon, an epidemic of sick students.
The University of North Carolina is launching a "men's community" to address in part flagging graduation rates of men.
After having 13 sorority bids denied this year, a UC-Berkeley senior thinks her wheelchair is the cause; A small chemical explosion forced the evacuation of a school building at the University of North Carolina
Asian and Pacific Islander applicants to the University of California system now have 23 ethnic sub-categories to choose from.
Students at the University of North Carolina learn about sexual empowerment.
Raging fires force UC-San Diego to cancel class, while out east, Duke and UNC continue to water nongrassy field hockey fields.
Responding to students' widening waistlines and senses of entitlement, schools like American University and the University of North Carolina-Greensboro are now offering double beds for oft-slumbering students, the Washington Post reports.