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November 2010


Tuesday, November 30
College students on break fix others' lives (USA Today)
Student suspended in alleged WSU threat (Detroit News)
Macomb CC's first green building class graduates (Detroit News) Wayne State studentpreneurs flood Accelerate Michigan competition (Southeast Michigan Startup)
Chinese students flock to U.S. business schools (CNNMoney.com)

Monday, November 29
Defense leads Golden Grizzlies past Cornell (Oakland Press)
During boring classes, texting is new doodling (Oakland Press)
CMU should hold its academic programs to major standards if it is to cost as much as major university (CM Life)

Saturday, November 27
EMU students get old-school education in one-room schoolhouse (Free Press)
Oakland routs Southern at Chicago Invitational Challenge (Oakland Press)
Colleges Fight to Keep Logos Off High School Playing Fields (New York Times)
Wayne State studentpreneurs flood Accelerate Michigan competition (Southeast Michigan Startup)

Wednesday, November 24
Oakland has med school (Free Press)
Report slams grad rates at 2 campuses (Free Press)
Classroom tech key to students' futures (Detroit News)

Tuesday, November 23
OU women roar past Rochester College (Oakland Press)
Saving Public Universities, Starting With My Own (Wall Street Journal)

Monday, November 22
Can student loans still be consolidated? (Free Press)
College prereqs: Campus visits are a crucial part of the application process (Free Press)
Differences stall projects at colleges (Crain's)
How to Succeed in Teaching Without Lifetime Tenure (Wall Street Journal)
Hospitals, doctors and patients try to cut radiation from CT scans (Free Press)

Sunday, November 21
Rethink higher-ed governance (Free Press)
Meadow Brook Hall tour features 'The Treasures of Childhood' (Oakland Press)

Saturday, November 20
Panel at OU assesses election outcomes (Oakland Press)

Friday, November 19
Oakland finance experts weigh in on GM's chances (Oakland Press)
Oakland women nearly pull off upset of Penn State (Oakland Press) Nuns and NCAA Hoops (Wall Street Journal)
Those Halftime College Ads: A Review (Wall Street Journal) New medical school closes applications (Free Press)

Thursday, November 18
Schooled but uneducated (Detroit News)
Some criticize ban of drink referred to as blackout in a can (Oakland Press)

Wednesday, November 17
Higher Learning (Free Press)
OU to get more BTN time than Northwestern? (Free Press)
OU's Benson on Naismith Trophy watch list (Free Press)
Can't Pick a College Major? Create One (Wall Street Journal)
Western Michigan University growing enrollment, jobs, despite funding erosion (mlive.com)

Tuesday, November 16
Oakland men's soccer draws Michigan State in NCAA tourney (Oakland Press)
Ex-lobbyist is chief of staff for Snyder (Free Press)
Hillsdale professor debunks New Deal's effectiveness (Detroit News)
Game-Changer (D-Business)

Monday, November 15
EMU study to target water weeds (Free Press)
Problems remain despite health care training (Free Press)
College study abroad suffers a dip (USA Today)

Saturday, November 13
Golden Grizzlies fall in clash with Titans (Oakland Press)
Online college applications are becoming more efficient, but some educators are not cheering (LA Times)

Friday, November 12
Should free college be part of education? (USA Today)
GOP needs to satisfy an impatient public (Oakland Press)
OU plans 'A Musical Journey' this Sunday at Meadow Brook Hall (Oakland Press)
Pontiac Oakland Symphony continues despite losing university funding (Oakland Press)
Faces of Rochester: 'The Percussionist' (Rochester Hills Patch)

Thursday, November 11
Grizzlies aim to stay on the rise (Oakland Press)
OU set to host Great Lakes Regional (Oakland Press)
Centralize higher-ed governance? (Free Press)

Wednesday, November 10
Oakland takes care of business (Oakland Press)
Preview other women's basketball teams from around the state (Free Press)
Cuts Reach Campus Oasis (Wall Street Journal)

Tuesday, November 9
Reform Corrections spending (Detroit News)
Oakland's Larry Wright is pushed to learn point guard position -- fast (Detroit News)

Monday, November 8
UM aim: Set pace in year of health care mergers (Crain's)

Sunday, November 7
Local actor shares his techniques at OU, film festival in Birmingham (Oakland Press)
Education section (NY Times)

Saturday, November 6
Darts and Laurels (Oakland Press)

Friday, November 5
Education priorities (Detroit News)
In the margins: Growing student population helps change Flint's image (mlive.com)

Thursday, November 4
Classical music at Meadow Brook Hall (C & G)
Harvard works at China, India (Wall Street Journal)
Sex columns 'revolutionize' college media (USA Today)
B-Schools Redouble Overseas Efforts (Wall Street Journal)
B-School Bulletin (Wall Street Journal)

Wednesday, November 3
Peters holds lead on Rocky (Oakland Press)
OU's Cushingberry tears ACL (Oakland Press)

Tuesday, November 2
GOP expected to make big gains in today's election (Oakland Press)
Local health professionals get leadership awards (Journal Register Newspapers)
College leaders want to offer 4-year degrees (Free Press)
MSU student dies at frat house (Detroit News)
University of Michigan student group pushes for ordinance to restrict police surveillance cameras (USA Today)

Monday, November 1
College tuition costs climb again this fall (Oakland Press)
Carve away at that student loan debt (Detroit News)
Shanghai University delegation to tour Macomb Community College (Free Press)
Students get a jump on college at OCC academy (Oakland Press)
Most popular career paths (The Paper)
All You Can Be (X-ology)
Business accelerator network for southeast michigan (X-ology)
Working smart (X-ology)
Susan Hood (X-ology)
Students partner with company projects (X-ology)
MSU gets $600K for 2nd-degree nurse scholarships (Chicago Tribune)