Notes in the Margins: Coach Kill at Mayo, for-profits and GIs, and American students leave their "bubbles"

U’s Kill in Mayo Clinic after another seizure The Gophers football coach suffered another seizure Sunday morning, and despite his vow last week to keep working even as the problem recurred more than 20 times, Kill decided to take steps to get the seizures under control.  (Star Tribune)

For-Profit Colleges, Vulnerable G.I.’s Military personnel and their families are finding themselves under siege from for-profit colleges. A number of these schools focus on members of the armed forces with aggressive and often misleading marketing, and then provide little academic, administrative or counseling support once the students are enrolled. (New York Times)

American students abroad pushed out of ‘bubbles’ Educators are thrilled to see more American college students venturing abroad — perhaps 300,000 this year alone. Now if they can just get them to venture out of the “American bubbles” that can make the streets of study-abroad hot-spots like London, Barcelona and Florence, Italy almost feel like exclaves of Tuscaloosa or Ann Arbor. (Associated Press)