Daily News Scan – Jan. 14, 2014


Jordan Lynch: NFL scouts view the former NIU QB as a possible safety
(Fansided, 1/13/14)

Bragging rights: MSU study shows that interventions help women’s reluctance to discuss accomplishments
(KBZK-TV, 1/13/14)

Budget agreement would give NIH and Pell grants a boost
(Chronicle of Higher Education, 1/14/14)

Speakers: Women must set leading example
(The Southern Illinoisan, 1/11/14)

Expanding our view of college prep
(Daily Herald, 1/10/13)

Borderline ignorance
(Chronicle of Higher Education, 1/13/14)

Illinois Innovation index
(Chicago Tribune, 1/14/14)

Armstrong: IHSA Destination DeKalb economic impact recap
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle, 1/14/14)

Bragging Rights: Study Shows That Interventions Help Women’s Reluctance to Discuss Accomplishments
(Science Daily, 1/13/14)

Improvements recommended for college credit programs
(Youngstown Vindicator, 1/13/14)

A year of surprises at Purdue
(Chronicle of Higher Education, 1/13/14)

Haiti: Too Sweet, Too Bitter
(Counterpunch.org, 1/13/14)

MAC women’s college basketball roundup
(WSB-TV, 1/13/14)

EIU turns to crowd-sourcing to help fund center
(AP, Journal Gazette & Times-Courier, 1/14/14)

Local authorities overwhelmed by concealed carry applications
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle, 1/14/14)

Chicago Metallic expands marketing team
(Metal Architechture, 1/13/14)

State University of NY expands online presence
(Wall Street Journal, 1/14/14)

Hancock County gets new state’s attorney
(Daily Gate City, 1/13/14)

Ralph de la Vega to speak at Hispanic Chamber’s Gala
(Quad City Dispatch-Argus, 1/13/14)

Editorial: Timely ruling on pensions best for all concerned
(Bloomington Pantagraph, 1/14/14)

U of I may raise rates
(Mix 100.7 FM, 1/14/14)

Chicago State official faces plagiarism accusation
(Congoo, 1/14/14)

U. of Ill. considers 1.7 percent tuition increase
(The Southern Illinoisan, 1/14/14)

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Corral drops 30 in Huskies’ win over EMU
(HuskieWire, 1/13/14)

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