Misleading headline. Tuition soars, cost per student doesn't. @wsj: Public-University Costs Soar http://t.co/RRJa8fyClB

2:10pm March 6th 2013 via WSJ for iOS

The President wants value, affordability and outcomes in higher ed. So do we. http://t.co/LBdSVLQF9N

7:40am February 21st 2013 via WSJ for iOS

Unprecedented move: Caltech President and former @georgiatech Provost leaving for Saudi Arabia http://t.co/GBtjAyvE #bravenewworld

2:36pm February 20th 2013 via WSJ for iOS

A Degree Drawn in Red Ink http://t.co/vxbWiSt0 - (Mason has below avg tuition, very low default rate and highest graduate wages in VA)

8:39am February 19th 2013 via WSJ for iOS

The report of the euro's death was an exaggeration http://t.co/CikvWry3 @wsj

8:52am December 28th 2012 via WSJ for iOS

When the visible hand spurs not terribly useful innovation - Argentine Firms Get Creative http://t.co/I1nGfwhh @wsj

8:05am December 26th 2012 via WSJ for iOS

How much will it hurt to fall over the cliff? http://t.co/J8svAqTg @wsj

7:49am December 26th 2012 via WSJ for iOS

Should universities be measured by how many they reject as opposed to how many they serve well? http://t.co/DvaIbk3K @wsj

7:46am December 26th 2012 via WSJ for iOS

If true, this swindle would amount to the annual income of 160K+ American families. H-P Says It Was Duped in Deal http://t.co/SpCktNdm

6:22pm November 21st 2012 via WSJ for iOS

More Billionaires Sign On to Giving Money Away http://t.co/X0Zn959I

7:18am September 19th 2012 via WSJ for iOS

For entrepreneurs, a city rather than a campus - The Joys of Urban Tech http://t.co/K6LGSEpL by @Richard_Florida @wsj

8:19am September 3rd 2012 via WSJ for iOS

I was offered <1% yesterday on a 7 year car loan. I should take it and buy a Spanish bond at 7% (ouch!) http://t.co/z57af0cW

7:29am July 19th 2012 via WSJ for iOS

In Euro crisis, bond holders better protected than tax payers http://t.co/ICrtIbpz

7:22am July 16th 2012 via WSJ for iOS