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December 2010


Thursday, Dec. 30
OU pounds the paint in win over Centenary (Oakland Press)
Drew Maynard leaving OU's basketball team (Oakland Press)

Wednesday, Dec. 29
Medical Main Street creates jobs in county (Oakland Press)
Delaying College to Fill in the Gaps (Wall Street Journal)

Sunday, Dec. 26
OU continues to make giant strides (Oakland Press)
Elite U: The Measure of an Education (NY Times)

Saturday, Dec. 25
Walsh College's yellow alert (Free Press)
Hackel taps Al Lorenzo of OU to fill assistant executive position (Oakland Press)
Hackel taps confidante to assist (Free Press)

Wednesday, Dec. 22
Obamacare ruling is off the mark (Detroit News)
Oakland Grizzlies fall just short to Valparaiso, 103-102 (Oakland Press)
Census illustrates state's woes (Free Press)
U-M student is winner of entrepreneur award (Free Press)
Big-bucks college presidents aren't earning their pay (USA Today)

Tuesday, Dec. 21
Golden Grizzlies win 16th-straight home game (Oakland Press)
Pleasant Surprise (Oakland Press)
OU introduces financial planning certificate (Oakland Press)

Sunday, Dec. 19
Is Going to an Elite College Worth It? (NY Times)
OU deflates in Ann Arbor (Oakland Press)

Saturday, Dec. 18
Oakland hopes to knock off one more (Detroit News)
WMU president donates pay raise (Oakland Press)
Colleagues hopeful for professor (Free Press)
OU's success makes Kampe a happy coach (Free Press)

Friday, Dec. 17
Grizzlies reveling in huge victory while preparing for Wolverines (Free Press)
Wright fit for OU (Free Press)
Ferris State University pharmacy program looking for space on Medical Mile (MLive.com)

Thursday, Dec. 16
Money out the fenetre (Wall Street Journal)
For Oakland, Sky's the limit' (Free Press)
OU coach on upset: 'We belong' (Oakland Press) MSU students to continue medical training in Saginaw hospitals (MLive.com) CMU School of Medicine teams with Saginaw groups (The Morning Sun)

Wednesday, Dec. 15
Kampe: Biggest OU victory ever! (Free Press)
OU Grizzlies upset No. 7 Tennessee (Oakland Press)
Kampe not surprised his team pulls upset (Detroit News)
OU cuts costs by using electronic holiday greeting (Oakland Press)
WMU crosses fingers it gets aid (Free Press)
Privatize the University of Michigan to save the state money, budget document says (Ann Arbor.com)

Tuesday, Dec. 14
WCCCD mulls campus closings (Free Press)
A charade ends in disgrace (Free Press)
Wayne State, U-M students receive honor (Free Press)
Accounting firm donates $500K to MSU (Detroit News)
Independent universities prove their value (Free Press)

Monday, Dec. 13
Op-ed: Promise Zone drive is an amazing effort (Oakland Press)
SW math standards confound students (Detroit News)
How to Control State Spending (Wall Street Journal)
Hope, GVSU help boost Michigan international student population (HollandSentinal.com)
State Taxpayers can benefit from school, university and local government benefits reforms (Mackinac.org)
Eastern Michigan University Board of Regents set to extends President Susan Martin's contract (Ann Arbor.com)
Michigan State University launches mobile website (Ann Arbor.com)

Sunday, Dec. 12
No jobs? Young graduates make their own (New York Times)
China's army of graduates faces grim prospects, with few jobs in cities (New York Times)

Saturday, Dec. 11
MSU president turns down raise (LSJ.com)
In GVSU's 50th year, former president Lubbers sees university as a work in progress (MLive.com)

Friday, Dec. 10
Pomise Zone hosts Stedman Graham (Oakland Press)
EMU alters assault policies (Detroit News)
More sign language students signal a shift (USA Today)
Fresno coach's deal reflects budget crisis (USA Today)
The Puzzling Assault on For-Profit Colleges (Wall Street Journal) Va. Tech could be fined for shooting response (USA Today)
Tuition to rise 3 percent at Western Michigan University after state cuts funding for construction of Sangren Hall (MLive.com)

Thursday, Dec. 9
OU women grab golden opportunity (Oakland Press)
MSU plan eyes cuts to agriculture college (Free Press)

Wednesday, Dec. 8
WSU, Ford health to grow joint venture (Free Press)
WSU, Ford hospital ink deal (Detroit News)
Watterworth Named Summit League Player of the Week (Oakland Press)
Pontiac grads get college funding (Detroit News)
Ex-student sues WSU, Salvation Army (Detroit News)

Monday, Dec. 6
OU ready for the 911 of tomorrow (Oakland Press)
Family-friendly U.P. university (Free Press)
Michigan has research prowess (Crain's)

Sunday, Dec. 5
OU continues Summit League dominance (Oakland Press)
Watterworth's perfect night lifts Oakland women past UMKC (Oakland Press)
Budget-Cutting Colleges Bid Some Languages Adieu (NY Times)

Saturday, Dec. 4
Golden Grizzlies hit four NCAA 'B' standard times at recent meet (Oakland Press)
OU club hockey team eyes further growth (Oakland Press)
Oakland baseball signs seven during early signing period (Oakland Press)

Friday, Dec. 3
OU launches energy certificate program (Oakland Press)
Slam Dunk: Golden Grizzlies victorious in home, conference opener (Oakland Press)
Oakland women dominate Southern Utah at O'Rena (Oakland Press)
OU sets solid pace in Commissioner's Cup (Free Press?)
Oakland cruises in league opener (Detroit News)
Grizzlies fare well as club hockey program (Oakland Press)
Tim Skubick: Snyder's budget cuts could yield tent city of protestors (Daily Tribune)

Thursday, Dec. 2
OU's men's basketball ready to defend Summit crown (Oakland Press)
Governor-elect's plant to revamp state government is just the beginning for needed reforms (Detroit News)
College pals find joys of junk (Detroit News) For New Grads, Jobs Still Tough to Find (Wall Street Journal)

Wednesday, Dec. 1
Letter: Cut MSU's funding if it can afford to raise salaries (Oakland Press)