Daily News Scan – Oct. 21


Record-setting day
(Steve Nitz, HuskieWire, 10/21/13)

Eastern Michigan mourns death of Demarius Reed
(The Sports Xchange, Chicago Tribune, 10/20/13)

Playoff committee’s selection criteria will be flexible, complex
(George Schroeder, USA TODAY, 10/17/13)

Our view: Pension reform is one and only priority for the fall veto session
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle, 10/21/13)

Berry College professor honored with teaching award
(Rome News-Tribune, 10/21/13)

Belts Getting Tighter For Illinois Schools
(Susan Stephens, Northern Public Radio, 10/18/13)

5 charged in theft of music equipment at UIC
(Patrick Svitek, Chicago Tribune, 10/20/13)

Parents Anxious to Start Early on Getting Kids into Elite Universities
(Diverse Issues in Higher Education, 10/16/13)

Wired for Teaching
(Megan Rogers, Inside Higher Ed, 10/21/13)

Beyond Student Aid: Helping Disadvantaged Students Attend College
(Tim King, Chronicle of Higher Education, 10/21/13)

The shutdown may be over, but how much money did we lose?
(Provo Daily Herald, 10/20/13)

Veterans Flocking to College as Wars Wind Down
(Kevin Freking, Diverse Issues in Higher Education, 10/20/13)

Takeaways continue to come for NIU defense
(Steve Nitz, DeKalb Daily Chronicle, 10/19/13)

Which Top-Ranked College Football Cities Pay the Least for Car Insurance? (Infographic)
(West Virginia State Journal, 10/19/13)

Louisville’s loss is good news for BCS busters
(Chris Dufresne, Los Angeles Times, 10/19/13)

At USC, some rejection letters to come with acceptance to branch campuses
(Andrew Shain, The State, 10/19/13)

Pension reform to headline fall veto session
(Kurt Erickson, Quad City Times, 10/20/13)

UIC student robbed near campus
(Fox 32 Chicago, 10/19/13)

Five Teen Roommates Charged With Stealing Musical Equipment From UIC
(CBS Chicago, 10/18/13)

No. 23 NIU hopes explosive offense returns Saturday
(AP, Daily Herald, 10/18/13)

Illinois Brass Band to Open 22nd Season
(Chicago Tribune, 10/17/13)

Chief settlement could affect Council of Chiefs
(Julie Wurth, Champaign News-Gazette, 10/19/13)

U of I considers shrinking size of School of Labor and Employment Relations
(WSOY, 10/21/13)

Fulton chooses new administrator
(Sauk Valley Media, 10/21/13)

Lawmakers In Springfield For Fall Veto Session
(WICS-TV, 10/20/13)

Nevada middle school shooting: 2 killed, 2 injured
(CNN, 10/21/13)

Central Michigan loses to Lynch, Northern Illinois
(Albany Democrat-Herald, 10/19/13)

State Senate President John Cullerton on Illinois Pensions
(WGN, 10/20/13)

Pension deal remains elusive
(Ray Long, Chicago Tribune, 10/19/13)

Fun of science, math on display at STEMfest
(Andrea Azzo, DeKalb Daily Chronicle, 10/21/13)

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