Daily News Scan – Sept. 25

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Unbeaten Huskies not pretty, but pretty good
(Herb Gould, Chicago Sun-Times, 9/25/13)

Huskies seek strong start for a change
(Shannon Ryan, Chicago Tribune, 9/24/13)

Emmert says ‘lot of change’ coming soon for NCAA
(Tommy Magelssen-AP, Lafayette Journal & Courier, 9/23/13)

Penguin Project presents ‘The Little Mermaid Jr.’ starring artists with disabilities
(Andrea Azzo, DeKalb Daily Chronicle, 9/25/13)

ATHENA names 2013 nominees
(DeKalb MidWeek, 9/24/13)

The Top 25 Universities To Work For
(Jacquelyn Smith, Forbes, 9/23/13)

NIU to Play Northwestern in Football Next Year
(WREX, 9/24/13)

Bill allowing higher fees for high-demand college classes advances
(Carla Rivera, Los Angeles Times, 9/24/13)

Northwestern football game a win-win situation for NIU
(Steve Nitz, DeKalb Daily Chronicle, 9/25/13)

Judging college by graduates’ paychecks
(Libby A. Nelson, Politico, 9/23/13)

Better Teacher Training Is Urged as Focus of New Higher Education Act
(Andy Thomason, Chronicle of Higher Education, 9/24/13)

BlueMetal Architects Announces Bob Moore as Practice Director, Information Management for the Chicago office
(ABC 7 Chicago, 9/24/13)

Kish symphony begins concert season
(DeKalb MidWeek 9/4/13)

More Aid, Better Results: No-strings-attached financial aid keeps students on the road to success
(Marcie Foster and Manuela Ekowo, CLASP, 9/24/13)

Northwestern adds NIU to 2014 football dates
(Daily Herald, 9/24/13)

Ex-U of I band director arraigned on theft charges
(Bloomington Pantagraph, 9/24/13)

Student Loans: Crisis, Bubble, or Manageable Policy Issue?
(Sandy Baum, NASFAA, 9/24/13)

Health centers to care for the uninsured, underinsured
(DeKalb MidWeek, 9/24/13)

We Should Be United in Driving Reform in Higher Education
(Bob Kerrey, Huffington Post, 9/24/13)

NIU football to play Northwestern in 2014
(Huskie Wire, 9/24/13)

Lasting effects: Childhood obesity can cause host of problems
(Eric Schelkopf, Kane County Chronicle, 9/24/13)

Scholarship Program Changes To Increase College Completion
(Taylor Killough, Indiana Public Media, 9/24/13)

Moraine Valley Community College Selects Andrea Ramirez-Justin, VP of Old Plank Trail Community Bank, as the Winner of their 2013 Women in Business/Leadership Award
(Chicago Tribune, 9/24/13)

3 ideas to improve higher ed
(Hechinger Report, 9/24/13)

Part of UIC evacuated after gas leak
(Chicago Tribune, 9/24/13)

3 ideas to improve higher ed
(Hechinger Report, 9/24/13)

The University of Illinois Springfield Enhances Campuswide Academic Advising Program with the Starfish System
(Street Insider, 9/25/13)

Reboot Illinois: Independent journalism or billionaires’ propaganda?
(ABC 7 Chicago, 9/24/13)

New VP, chief nursing officer at Saint Anthony
(Rock River Times, 9/25/13)

NIU Huskies want faster start, fewer penalties
(Matt Trowbridge, Freeport Journal Standard, 9/25/13)

NIU football news conference notes: Carey not worried about defense
(Steve Nitz, DeKalb Daily Chronicle, 9/25/13)

“The Poet,” 3rd CD By Rising Star Trumpeter Marquis Hill, To Be Released Oct. 22
(Terri Hinte, All About Jazz, 9/24/13)

NIU/NU to Meet at Ryan Field Next Season
(Shannon Ryan, CLTV, 9/24/13)

The Waterworks, a Columbus Ohio Home Services Company, Hires Marketing Manager
(TMCNet, 9/25/13)

NIU addition fearless, admirable
(Nick Medline, Big Red Report, 9/24/13)

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