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UW selling students' personal information for $90 apiece 11.2.2009 Star Tribune: Local
How to fold your origami hat 11.2.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
Lily Davis shows you how to fold your Stephen Jones-designed Guardian origami hat

News quiz: Wacky Wednesday 11.2.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
Helen Pidds sets this week's curious questions

EDITORIAL COMMENT | College Coup 11.2.2009 TOI: Editorial
UGC set to tighten higher education chokehold.
Ronaldo's latest 'squeeze' - hard-up university student 11.2.2009 New Kerala: World News
Pregnancy test kits at home can lead to better prenatal care 11.2.2009 New Kerala: World News
Lawmaker backs furloughs 11.2.2009 Rocky Mountain News: Government and Politics
A state lawmaker wants to furlough state employees one to two days a month and use the savings to cushion Colorado's universities from budget cuts.
Federal aid could offset Arizona education cuts 11.2.2009 Tucson Citizen
Arizona's schools and universities could get as much as $1.7 billion and be spared drastic cuts in the next two years if a stimulus bill similar to the House of Representatives version becomes law.
Arizona State to cap enrollment, cut programs 11.2.2009 Tucson Citizen
Arizona State University announced an unspecified, first-ever enrollment cap Tuesday and plans to close about four dozen academic programs because of $88 million in state-imposed budget reductions.
Capitalize on inaugural enthusiasm by building public service academy 11.2.2009 Tucson Citizen
Perhaps at no point since John Kennedy's inauguration has there been such excitement in Washington about a new president.
Harvard offers early retirement packages 11.2.2009 Boston Globe: New Hampshire
Cambridge Harvard University is offering voluntary early retirement to staff members as its latest move to cut costs, according to a university announcement yesterday. The program, available to staff over 55 years old who have worked at Harvard for 10 or more years, follows salary freezes and closer scrutiny over hiring. "We have taken a variety of steps to respond ...
Harvard offers early retirement packages 11.2.2009 Boston Globe: Massachusetts
Cambridge Harvard University is offering voluntary early retirement to staff members as its latest move to cut costs, according to a university announcement yesterday. The program, available to staff over 55 years old who have worked at Harvard for 10 or more years, follows salary freezes and closer scrutiny over hiring. "We have taken a variety of steps to respond ...
Rincon/University boys in title game for 3rd straight year 11.2.2009 Tucson Citizen
PHOENIX - For the third-straight year, the Rincon/University High School boys soccer team will be playing for a state championship.
UW-River Falls professor 'had a passion for her work' 11.2.2009 Twincities.com: Local
The University of Wisconsin-River Falls is mourning the loss of one its most beloved professors.

The Wild Side: Guest Column: Letting Scientists Off the Leash 11.2.2009 NY Times: Editorials
To meet President Obama's call to "put science back in its rightful place," we should perhaps first reinvent the current process of scientific funding.

Schools may be asked to help on housing cap 11.2.2009 Boston Globe: Massachusetts
Michael P. Ross, president of the Boston City Council, wants to enlist college administrations to help crack down on overcrowded student apartments, proposing a new ordinance today that would require them to inform the city when more than four students live together off campus.
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Push To Get Rid Of Drink Specials, Happy Hour 11.2.2009 WCCO: Local News
No more happy hours, no more drinks specials and other restrictions may be coming to a bar near you. The Minneapolis City Council is exploring the regulations as a way to curb binge drinking especially around college campuses.
Legislative committee hearings for Wednesday, Feb. 11 11.2.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
8:00 A.M.   House Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Committee (25 House Building) 1. HB140 Motor Vehicle Registration Fee Amendments (C.
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Brandeis must go on, even if art must go 11.2.2009 Boston Globe: Opinion
WHEN I was in my first year at Brandeis, my father lost his job, and I faced a stark choice: Either Brandeis offered me financial aid, or I would have to transfer to Penn State my sophomore year. Somehow Brandeis found the money to cover my tuition over the next three years, and I remain awestruck by the university's generosity ...
U.S. news show takes on war crime, and attracts criticism 11.2.2009 International Herald Tribune: Front Page
Authorities are worried that a show by NBC news that probes human rights abuses might undercut official investigations.
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