Notes in the Margins: No impeachment at U, paying athletes and bankrupt grads

University of Minnesota graduate student group says ‘no’ to leader’s impeachment – At the first Graduate and Professional Assembly general assembly meeting of the year, the assembly approved the budget for the year, elected a new executive vice-president and dropped the impeachment charges against President Abou Amara. (Minnesota Daily)

The Case for Paying College Athletes – The NCAA, which is rightly determined to make sure its championships can’t be bought, forbids athletes from taking anything from supporters beyond the benefits in their scholarships. (Wall Street Journal)

College grads go bust – A college education doesn’t appear to ward off bankruptcy, as the rate of degree holders filing bankruptcy increased by 20 percent, according to a new study by the Institute for Financial Literacy. (Washington Post)