Paine woes require action

I hereby call on President Bradley to resign immediately so a qualified and capable president can take the helm.

Kick back, wait for the news this week in Augusta

Now that a cease-fire's been negotiated between animal control Director Sharon Broady and Augusta animal lovers, it's time to unbutton the top button on your shorts, kick back and wait for all the news coming up this week.

Paine relievers

Augusta's Paine College has been on probation since June. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges has cited years of violations in numerous areas, such as student financial aid, fiscal stability and institutional...

Web site blasts Paine president, seeks his ouster

Allegations of financial and ethical wrongdoing by Paine College officials were published on a Web site launched this month by an anonymous source.

SC State placed on probation

ORANGEBURG, S.C. - South Carolina State University's accreditation status has been downgraded.

Paine College placed on probation by its accrediting body

...accrediting body Thursday, the most severe and final sanction possible before accreditation is revoked.The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges implemented the sanction after Paine failed to correct the same problems for...

Paine College president asks for support during process to retain its accreditation

A day after Paine College was sanctioned for repeating three years of financial and management failures, President George C. Bradley assured the community that the college "has made great strides" in addressing its issues.

Federal review found Paine student aid violations

A U.S. Department of Ed­u­cation review last year at Paine College - prompted by allegations of financial mismanagement - found the school had violated a dozen areas of federal student financial aid regulations.

Easing Paine

It undoubtedly will take some time for this historic institution to root out its problems.

GRU had 'productive year,' Azziz says

The year since Masters Tournament visitors were last here has been "tremendously productive" for Georgia Regents University, President Ricardo Azziz said.