UW Daily: Feb 19, 2015

UW System
Top Republicans blast UW-Madison chancellor for playing ‘Washington politics’ in budget battle, Wisconsin State Journal, February 19
UW-Madison¹s Rebecca Blank is playing Œ’Washington politics,’ 2 legislators say, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, February 18
UW has plans for that slush fund, MacIver Institute, February 17
An anti-education push gets more aggressive, MSNBC, February 18
Rep. Kind: Five ways we should invest in Wisconsin students, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, February 18
Kind ‘troubled’ by Governor Walker¹s UW budget plan, Wisconsin Radio Network, February 18
Walker budget gets bad reviews at listening session, Tomah Journal, February 18
Whitewater: ŒAdequate funding¹ for UW-W, Daily Union, February 18
Your Right to Know: Don¹t let the UW hide research records, Wisconsin Watch, February 18
Carl Sack: Our UW System needs to be saved, Jackson County Chronicle, February 18
UW System to lift Jeffery Decker ban, Oshkosh Advance Titan, February 19
 
On Campus
Extra Credit to Protest State Budget at UW Whitewater, MacIver Institute, February 19
Guest lecturer to discuss origin of modern humans at UW-L, La Crosse Tribune, February 18
University Launches Campaign Against Sexual Assault, Royal Purple, February 18
Ex-frat leader argues UWM police botched search warrants in date-rape drug investigation, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, February 19
UWS women clinch share of WIAC title, Superior Telegram, February 18
UW-Madison College Republicans Face Vulgar Backlash Over Campus-Wide Email, MacIver Institute, February 18
College Republicans accuse ASM of playing partisan politics, Badger Herald, February 19
Teach For America on national decline, UW still predicted to be top contributor, Badger Herald, February 19
UW-Stout students spread message of equality, WEAU, February 19
UW-Stout professor implements technology break, WQOW, February 18

State
Court rules against measure letting Scott Walker halt school administrative rules, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, February 19

National
Who is being political?, Inside Higher Ed, February 19
How One Campus United Behind a Budget-Cutting Effort, Chronicle of Higher Ed, February 16
Higher education leader: Regional public colleges are a gateway to the middle class, Washington Post, February 17
Tennessee¹s Task: Turn ŒFree Community College¹ From a Rallying Cry Into a Success, Chronicle of
Fraternities Might Be ‘Scared’ Enough To Address Sexual Assault, Huffington Post, February 18
UMass reverses ban on Iranian students in science graduate programs, Washington Post, February 18
First, Do No Harm, Inside Higher Ed, February 19
A College Puts Students to Work, for Their Future and Its Own, Chronicle of Higher Ed, February 19

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