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November 2009

Monday, Nov. 30
Professor who works to free innocent finds himself accused (Wall Street Journal)
Grizzlies face another big test (Oakland Press)

Sunday, Nov. 29
Relationship expert will be guest on show (O & E)
OU holds off struggling Central Arkansas (Oakland Press)
State to see new college savings plan (Free Press)
Politician, actor, TV judge aim to inspire graduates to dream (Free Press)
At this school, everyone majors in marijuana (New York Times)

Friday, Nov. 27
Move remedial courses online (Detroit News)

Thursday, Nov. 26
New careers focus of OU open house (Rochester Post)
50 ideas to fix Michigan (Detroit News)
OU's new vehicles produce no emissions (Oakland Press)
Lots of fun things to do (Oakland Press)
It's the weekend: Time for class (Free Press)
Bipartisan reforms would strengthen state education (Detroit News)

Wednesday, Nov. 25
Grizzlies embrace challenge of facing No. 1 Jayhawks (Free Press)
Oakland women fall to 0-3 at home (Oakland Press)
WSU to resume December grad ceremonies (Free Press)
OU taking a run at No. 1 (Oakland Press)
How essential is Michigan's Promise Scholarship (Free Press)
Ford and UDM develop electric vehicle courses (Free Press)

Tuesday, Nov. 24
WSU protesters rally for scholarship funds (Detroit News)
50 Ideas to fix Michigan (Detroit News)
Alcohol may be a factor in MSU death (Detroit News)

Monday, Nov. 23
Michigan's Broken Promise (Wall Street Journal)
Scholarships awarded to local students (Suburban Lifestyles)
An Educated Workforce (Wall Street Journal)
Oakland University hosts MEDC Diversification Summit (Suburban Lifestyles)
Wayne State is attracting a younger crowd (Free Press)

Sunday, Nov. 22
Russi doing stellar job at Oakland University (Oakland Press)
Grizzlies shoot past Rochester (Oakland Press)
Hospital partnership helping senior students (Oakland Press)

Saturday, Nov. 21
Berkely Student Protest Higher Fees (Wall Street Journal)
Promises, like college, need a plan (Free Press)
OU president gives back $100,000 raise (Oakland Press)

Friday, Nov. 20
Students stung by Promise Scholarship Cuts (Detroit News)
Expand Nursing Schools (Detroit News)
Granholm drums up support for scholarship program (Oakland Press)

Thursday, Nov. 19
The Case of the Purloined Paper (USA Today)
Meadow Brook Hall celebrates 80th anniversary (C & G News)
Teaching the Golden Rules (Wall Street Journal)
Networking for Social Responsibility (Wall Street Journal)
OU faculty irked again (Detroit News)
Oakland falls to 0-2 at home (Oakland Press)
Gov rallies students (Detroit News)
Michigan can mend its broken promise (Free Press)
Granholm recruits for battle over aid (Free Press)
WSU provost to quit at the end of school year (Free Press)
WSU provost will leave post for teaching job (Detroit News)
50 ideas to fix Michigan (Detroit News)

Wednesday, Nov. 18
Granholm to visit colleges to drum up scholarship support (Free Press)

Tuesday, Nov. 17
Granholm looks to revive Promise Scholarships (Free Press)
50 ideas to fix Michigan (Detroit News)
Op-ed: Get more value from state budget (Detroit News)

Monday, Nov. 16
University officials: Plan higher ed funding (Crain's)
University Research Corridor leads high-technology charge (Crain's)
OU women win in OT thriller (Oakland Press)
Michigan Tech gets go-ahead for research center (Free Press)
College students could benefit from social networks (USA Today)
More U.S. students going abroad, and vice versa (USA Today)
Pittsburgh eyes students' wallets (USA Today)

Sunday, Nov. 15
Universities turn to consultants to trim budgets (New York Times)
OU dance program stepping up its performance (Oakland Press)
Bowdry's double-double lifts EMU over Oakland (Free Press)
Eagles ruin OU's opener (Oakland Press)
Op-ed: Education cuts put recovery at risk (Free Press)

Friday, Nov. 13
America's top college professor (Wall Street Journal)
OU women set to host Detroit Mercy in opener (Oakland Press)
22M get swine flu in U.S. in 6 months (Associated Press)
Swine flu toll: 540 children, 6 months (USA Today)
Soaring pay for coaches throws academics for a loss (USA Today)
U-M's Coleman on top college chief's list (Free Press)

Thursday, Nov. 12
OU offers graduate business certificate courses (Oakland Press)
Ike center signs with OU (Oakland Press)
Few take advantage of their chance to adjust their college savings plans (Free Press)
Kindle criticized over read-aloud setup (Associated Press)
A bleak outlook for Michigan (Free Press)
Radical reforms could improve education (Detroit News)
Ferris plans to offer green building degree (Free Press)

Wednesday, Nov. 11
Kampe's Grizzlies primed to make first NCAA trip since '05 (Free Press)
Grizzlies get an easy exhibition win (Oakland Press)
State debuts college savings plan (Detroit News)
U-M is tops for amount of media buzz (Detroit News)

Tuesday, Nov. 10
Getting back to school (Wall Street Journal)
OU faculty organizing no-confidence vote against Russi (Oakland Press)
Oakland wins exhibition, loses center Carnago (Oakland Press)

Monday, Nov. 9
A laboratory of learning to help students thrive (USA Today)
Nelson prepared to raise his family (Detroit News)
WMU opening office in Royal Oak (Oakland Press)

Sunday, Nov. 8
How are colleges handing H1N1 virus? (Oakland Press)
iPhones, iPods welcome in Central Michigan class (Oakland Press)

Saturday, Nov. 7
State lures teachers to inner cities (Detroit News)
Grant to boost Mich. teachers (Free Press)

Friday, Nov. 6
The lost boys: Why aren't more men going to college? (Wall Street Journal)
Op-ed: Stop school aid bleeding (Detroit News)
Police baffled by MSU bomb case (Detroit News)
College athletics fight off recession (Detroit News)
website accused of selling worthless diplomas (Oakland Press)

Thursday, Nov. 5
The coming shortage of doctors (Wall Street Journal)
How to size up college health coverage (Wall Street Journal)
OU No. 14 in mid-major poll (Oakland Press)
Oakland U adds more green vehicles to its campus (MetroMode)
Author shares tips for a great marriage (Oakland Press)

Wednesday, Nov. 4
OU's Oates is Summit League AOW (Oakland Press)
Granholm warns of 20% budget cuts (Associated Press)
State ignores $600M for schools (Detroit News)

Tuesday, Nov. 3
Western Michigan University commits to planning a medical school (Kalamazoo Gazette)
Harvard's medals of honor (Wall Street Journal)
Oakland's season ends with tough loss to W. Illinois (Oakland Press)
OK given for a WMU medical school dean (Free Press)
The path to prosperity (DBusiness)

Monday, Nov. 2
More college presidents get million-plus (Wall Street Journal)

Sunday, Nov. 1
Oakland University students to help schools (Oakland Press)