Daily News Scan – Sept. 11

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NIU climbs in university rankings
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle, 9/11/13)

Latino documentary on young leaders debuts Thursday
(Stephanie Lulay, Aurora Beacon-News, 9/11/13)

Illinois State University to Upgrade Hancock Stadium with Daktronics LED Video Display
(Press Release Point, 9/10/13)

Illinois Technology Association’s 2013 Fall Challenge Introduces Top Technology University Students to Chicago Tech Community
(PR-Inside.com, 9/10/13)

Big student debt in unexpected places
(Philip Elliott-AP, Boston.com, 9/10/13)

Black the color of choice at Castle Challenge
(Curtis Clegg, The Midweek, 9/10/13)

Academic Researchers Need More Help at Critical Career Points, Panelists Say
(Lindsay Ellis,Chronicle of Higher Education, 9/10/13)

University of Colorado tries new plan to keep research money flowing
(Anthony Cotton, The Denver Post, 9/10/13)

Fighting for their jobs keeps NIU defenders focused
(Shannon Ryan, Chicago Tribune, 9/9/13)

College rankings reflect change in emphasis
(Mary Beth Marklein and Abby Kloppenburg, USA TODAY, 9/10/13)

Dropping enrollment squeezes U.S. universities’ revenues-Moody’s
(Reuters, 9/9/13)

NIU’s biggest challenge? Getting to Idaho stadium
(Shannon Ryan, Chicago Tribune, 9/10/13)

Public Colleges’ Quest for Revenue and Prestige Squeezes Needy Students
(Marian Wang-ProPublica, Chronicle of Higher Education, 9/11/13)

UI faculty committee delivers 18 recommendations
(Christine Des Garennes, Champaign News-Gazette, 9/10/13)

U.S. News Tabs SIUE Among Top Midwest Regional Universities for 10th Consecutive Year
(Houston Chronicle, 9/10/13)

College costs: High-sticker-price schools may cost less in the end
(Phillip Elliott-AP, Christian Science Monitor, 9/10/13)

Why U.S. News’ college rankings hurt students
(Lynn O’Shaughnessy, CBS MoneyWatch, 9/10/13)

Discover 11 Hot College Majors That Lead to Jobss
(Cathie Gandel, U.S. News & World Report, 9/10/13)

The far-reaching influence of Sept. 11
(Jillian Duchnowski, DeKalb Daily Chronincle, 9/11/13)

Quinn Asking For More Conference Committee Action
(Jim Anderson – Illinois Radio Network, Alton Daily News, 9/10/13)

Labor’s new strike-first strategy
(Michael M. Oswalt, Chicago Sun-Times, 9/10/13)

‘Love’ is in the air at richly stocked Beethoven Festival
(John von Rhein, Chicago Tribune, 9/10/13)

Here’s how to max out sports sponsorship dollars
(Steve Watkins, Cincinnati Business Courier, 9/10/13)

Edward Ware, 84
(Journal-News, 9/10/13)

Barbosa, DeWitte get nod on transit appointments
(James Fuller, Daily Herald, 9/10/13)

Accreditation and Student Learning
(Inside Higher Ed, 9/10/13)

More Latino high school grads heading to college
(Monica Vendituoli, USA TODAY, 9/10/13)

Elgin Sports Hall of Fame Foundation to induct 5
(Daily Herald, 9/10/13)

Is Aggrego a savior to the Pioneer Press papers—or a threat?
(Michael Miner, Chicago Reader, 9/10/13)

Huskies look to start season 2-0Huskies look to start season 2-0
(Doug Halberstadt, Rock River Times, 9/11/13)

Public employees: College coaches paid highest state salaries
(Jackson Adams-Illinois News Network, Rockford Register Star, 9/10/13)

Huskies debut new scoreboard with free movie night
(The Midweek, 9/11/13)

Illinois State University’s college of business adds minor in financial planning
(AP, Greenfield Reporter, 9/11/13)

UIS Enrollment Up This Year
(WICS-TV, 9/10/13)

Q&A with NIU AD Sean Frazier
(Steve Nitz, Huskie Wire, 9/10/13)

Blood Center announces promotion, addition
(Rock River Times, 9/10/13)

UIS enrollment tops 5,000 for fourth year in row
(Chris Dettro, The State Journal-Register, 9/11/13)

College Football: NIU runners just getting started
(Matt Trowbridge, Freeport Journal Standard, 9/10/13)

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