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Colleges would collect a fee, allowing students to download music without fear of litigation.
For college lovers: A career that keeps the good times rolling.
Some professors volunteer to give up 1 percent of pay to prevent a handful of layoffs.
Admissions dean fingers "abysmal funding of higher education" in the state.
Officials recruit student volunteers to monitor and turn up the lights on audience.
A judge agrees that school could not accurately identify students' identities behind IP addresses.
As some schools plan to cut men's teams, NCAA asks athletic departments to cite economy instead.
The employee furlough would save the state $40 million and chip away at $200 million budget shortfall.
Their declines will very likely be similar to Harvard's 22 percent endowment drop.
Program had fewer than 10 students. English department will still offer classes in the subject.