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Task force is hoping to prevent violence like the rioting that followed the Steelers' Super Bowl win.
Enrollment cap forces school to turn away 4,400 prospective students.
Offers that require an application fee may be bogus, financial aid officials say.
Library patrons lose one hour a day; museums cut 50 percent.
Because most students own their own laptops, officials are cutting labs to save money.
At least four colleges cancel class to aid in sandbagging.
Anticipating budget cuts, officials determine the hockey program is unsustainable.
Critics say his views don't reflect school teachings. Naval Academy and ASU also will hear Obama speak.
Classes canceled so students and faculty can aid in sandbagging.
Some conservative Catholics are demanding that the school rescind its invitation to the president.