Daily News Scan – Jan. 6, 2014


Hazardous weather closes schools along with a number of area roads
(Elgin Courier News, 1/5/14)

Southern Illinois men’s basketball team stranded on I-57
(Chicago Sun-Times, 1/5/14)

‘Nation’s Oldest Local Fraternity’ Permanently Banned By Wilmington College
(Huffington Post, 1/3/14)

Mother Jones museum planned for Mount Olive
(State Journal Register, 12/29/13)

Huskies win MAC opener for first time since 2009
(HuskieWire, 1/4/14)

NIU: Apply for student aid soon
(The Southern Illinoisan, 1/4/14)

Higher Education Is Now Ground Zero For Disruption
(Forbes, 1/6/14)

A look back at the year in preps
(High School Cube, 1/2/14)

Extreme cold weather prompts Monday cancellations
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle, 1/5/14)

NIU: Apply for student aid soon
(The Quad-City Dispatch, 1/4/13)

Illinois pension law under financial scrutiny
(FindLaw, 1/5/14)

U of C gets $90 million for cancer research
(Crain’s Chicago Business, 1/6/14)

Huskies back to .500 with 65-51 win over Bethune-Cookman
(HuskieWire, 1/4/14)

From high schools to public universities, educators look to address skills gap
(Patriot Ledger, 1/4/14)

Pay-hike penalty bill might be paying off
(Champaign News Gazette, 1/5/14)

‘6 percent rule’ billing by SURS
(Champaign News Gazette, 1/5/14)

Why More Colleges Might Want to Measure What Regulation Costs Them
(Chronicle of Higher Education, 1/6/14)

NIU Financial Aid Office urges early FAFSA completion
(WREX, 1/5/14)

A New Year, Same Problems for Illinois’ Budget
(Public News Service, 1/6/14)

Corporate diversity begins with a pipeline; let’s build one
(Crain’s Chicago Business, 1/6/14)

It’s a small world after all
(Martinsburg Journal-News, 1/5/14)

Veteran Public Relations Executive Named LUHS’ New Vice President of Marketing
(Chicago Tribune, 1/3/14)

How the Humanities Compute in the Classroom
(The Chronicle of Higher Education, 1/6/14)

NIU: Apply for student aid soon
(Belleville News Democrat, 1/4/14)

Facebook Isn’t Actually A Good Way To Judge Potential Employees, Say Researchers
(Forbes, 1/3/14)

Illinois Officials Urge Residents To Be Safe During Cold Snap
(Northern Public Radio, 1/6/14)

Society of Women Engineers Announces Leadership Transition
(Evaluation Engineering, 1/3/14)

NIU urges early FAFSA completion
(American Towns, 1/3/14)

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