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Universities pen harsh words to note-selling site

Students find themselves in the crosshairs as California State University system demands that new Web site NoteUtopia stop enabling the sale of class notes.

By October 19, 2010


Mac at 25: Readers reminisce

CNET readers write about their most vivid memories of the groundbreaking Macintosh.

By January 22, 2009


Student newspaper considers corporate partner

For more than 100 years, the Rocky Mountain Collegian has been run by the students at Colorado State University without any corporate masters. On Tuesday, the school administration met with staff from the Gannett publication, The Coloradoan in Fort Collin

By January 24, 2008


Universities register for virtual future

Students may soon meet with professors once a week and then use simulations, virtual worlds and downloads to complete coursework.

By February 7, 2007


California university reports data hack

CSU-Chico has informed more than 59,000 people that their personal data may have been compromised in an attack on the school's servers.

By March 18, 2005


Microsoft-CSU deal shaky

California State University officials doubt that the controversial California Education Technology Initiative will meet its April 1 deadline.

March 20, 1998


Microsoft-CSU deal delayed again

The signing of a ten-year deal to partner Microsoft and others with the California State University system is stalled for the second time this year.

February 4, 1998


Microsoft's new college curriculum

As college students get ready to return to school, Microsoft is unleashing a broad initiative to push its software on campuses nationwide.

August 19, 1998


Microsoft lands state deal

The giant seals a $23.6 million arrangement to install its Windows NT OS and other applications on every state-owned computer in Pennsylvania.

July 14, 1998


College tech deal folds

Financial concerns fail to make four high-tech firms business partners with the world's largest university system.

June 29, 1998