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Stanford Faculty Senate votes to invite back ROTC

Stanford University's faculty voted Thursday to invite ROTC back to campus, nearly 40 years after the military program was barred amid strong anti-war sentiments and anger over the military's ban on gays and lesbians.Full story

Poll: College students get hard lessons in finance

In these tight times, college students are getting a lesson in economics no matter what their major. Students say money influences everything from what school they attend and what career they pursue to how quickly they complete their degrees — or whether they graduate at all. Full story

How the poll was conducted

The Associated Press-Viacom Survey of Youth on Education by Stanford University was conducted by GfK Roper Public Affairs & Corporate Communications from Feb. 18 to March 6. It is based on landline and cell phone telephone interviews with a nationally representative random sample of 1,104 adults bet Full story

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