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February 2011

Monday, Feb. 28
OU ties record for league wins (Oakland Press)
Private scholarships on the rise (Detroit News)
Class by themselves (Crain's)

Sunday, Feb. 27
Recruiters use nontraditional ways (Free Press)
Front runners: OU swim teams reaching new heights (Oakland Press)
Remarkable growth with an eye toward the future (Oakland Press)

Saturday, Feb. 26
OU professor calls global warming 'a hoax' (Oakland Press)
Oakland eyes national hockey tournament (Oakland Press)
Tough assignment: Lift schools while cutting (Free Press)
College Cries Foul Over a Copycat (Wall Street Journal)

Friday, Feb. 25
OU's offense clicks vs. UMKC, 103-90 (Free Press)
Benson powers Grizzlies past UMKC (Oakland Press)
Benson leads Oakland to victory (Detroit News)
Publishers Expand E-Textbook Offerings for Classroom (Wall Street Journal)

Thursday, Feb. 24
Beach Town on Campus: Wooing Spring Breakers (Wall Street Journal)

Wednesday, Feb. 23
Rochester leaders tout business, tech growth (Oakland Press)

Tuesday, Feb. 22
Mich. high school grad rates up; many not ready for jobs, college (Detroit News)
Many Michigan high school grads not ready for college, analysis finds (Free Press)
OU women rally for 61-58 win over North Dakota State (Oakland Press)
OU swimming shines at league tourney (Oakland Press)
Economy shuffles top-value schools (USA Today)
Buying Your Way Into College (Wall Street Journal)
Campus was on alert for Loughner (USA Today)

Monday, Feb. 21
Cooley Law School to offer course on Homeland Security (Oakland Press)
Oakland University to host job fair on Thursday (Free Press)

Sunday, Feb. 20
OU has the 'Wright' stuff on senior night (Oakland Press)
A bad day for OU women (Oakland Press)
OCC finds strength amid tight budgets (Oakland Press)

Friday, Feb. 18
Snyder takes a swing at big changes for Michigan (Free Press)
Michigan universities face 15% cut (Detroit News)
Snyder says budget provides 'total solution' (Oakland Press)
Snyder's budget calls for 'shared sacrifice' (Detroit News)
A budget only a realist could love (Free Press)
Battle lines form in Lansing (Detroit News)
Snyder plan would slash funds from schools, universities (Oakland Press)
Ugly, but it works (Detroit News)
Schools reeling over cuts (Free Press)
Oakland clinches Summit with win (Detroit News)
Champs: OU tops North Dakota State, claims Summit League crown (Oakland Press)

Thursday, Feb. 17
Snyder keeps promises with budget (Free Press)
Gov seeks to cut aid for cities, schools (Detroit News)
University of the South Slashes Tuition, Cites Economy (Wall Street Journal)
Lasting Budget Fix Sought in Michigan (Wall Street Journal)

Wednesday, Feb. 16
OU scholars to discuss social interaction of black, Jewish communities (Oakland Press)
Grant to help U-M study heart pump (Detroit Free Press)
U-M names 1st female business school dean (Detroit News)
College Parties, Minus the Beer Binges (Wall Street Journal)
Job Fair (Free Press)

Tuesday, Feb. 15
Snyder says no cut in Medicaid reimbursement (Detroit News)

Monday, Feb. 14
College students come in all ages (USA Today)
Forget Nuclear Missiles, College Is the Arms Race to Control (Wall Street Journal)
Salaries on the Rise For B-School Grads (Wall Street Journal)

Sunday, Feb. 13
It's Hamil-time (Oakland Press)
Offensive struggles doom Oakland women against IPFW (Oakland Press)
College students not entitled to food stamps (Free Press)
Not so fast, bureaucracy says (Free Press)
Accelerators nurture entrepreneurs (Free Press)

Friday, Feb. 11
Oakland takes on big challenges to make big noise (Detroit News)
OU golf team picked to finish third in league (Oakland Press)
GM Foundation to grant 1,100 scholarships (Detroit News)
GM plans to award $4.5 million in college scholarships (Free Press)
New tech projects press demand for engineer talent (Oakland Press)
Snyder's budget will be a hard sell (Detroit News)
Success starts with admissions (Detroit News)
Now College Is the Break (Wall Street Journal)

Thursday, Feb. 10
OU gets $30M grant for School of Engineering and Computer Science (Oakland Press)
Local women raise awareness as tension in Egypt escalates (Oakland Press)
Students face food stamp cutoff (Free Press)
Fewer college students to get food stamps (Detroit News)

Wednesday, Feb. 9
OU hopes to become NCAA upstart (Free Press)

Tuesday, Feb. 8
MSU boosts effort to draw students from outside Michigan (Lansing State Journal)
Making Sure Athletes Go to Class (Wall Street Journal)

Monday, Feb. 7
Officials mull challenge to increase degree-holders (Crain's)
Governors Chop Spending (Wall Street Journal)
More start college with clean, sober slate (USA Today)

Sunday, Feb. 6
IUPUI snaps Oakland's 20-game Summit League winning streak (Oakland Press)
Online Courses, Still Lacking That Third Dimension (NY Times)

Saturday, Feb. 5
DHS turns to colleges for caseworkers (Free Press)
Recruitment targets 500 caseworkers (Detroit News)
Arab World Built Colleges, but Not Jobs (Wall Street Journal)
The Escalating Arms Race for Top Colleges (Wall Street Journal)

Friday, Feb. 4
Golden Grizzlies crush W. Illinois (Oakland Press)
Tickets available to hear Thomas Friedman lecture (Detroit News)

Thursday, Feb. 3
Grizzlies sweep weekly swim awards (Oakland Press)
University to reopen today after threat (Detroit Free Press)
Harvard Changes Course (Wall Street Journal)
B-School Bulletin (Wall Street Journal)
As World Turns, Wharton Adapts (Wall Street Journal)

Wednesday, Feb. 2
County touts budget success (Detroit News)
Most governments, universities close; U-M stays open (Detroit News)

Tuesday, Feb. 1
OU falls to Oral Roberts in double OT (Oakland Press)
Trial date set for OU professor accused of stalking student (Oakland Press)
Patterson plans to announce eight new programs at State of the County address (Oakland Press)
Oakland's future is looking a bit better (Free Press)
Snyder's booklet simplifies finances (Free Press)
Snyder says state's fiscal health is shaky (Detroit News)
To boost economy, invest in science, tech education (Free Press)
Students, athletes grapple with Egypt crisis (Detroit News)
Students, tour groups pulled out of Egypt (Free Press) New Ways Forward (The Paper)