UW Daily: March 30, 2014

UW System
Prof who got UW’s Ray Cross to put his job on the line says he meant to help him, Capital Times, March 30
Rickert: UW¹s Ray Cross a scapegoat for faculty¹s refusal to face reality, Wisconsin State Journal, March 29
Sheldon Lubar: Cuts to University of Wisconsin System will hurt the entire state, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, March 28
Stick to the mission: UW is too valuable to cut deeply, Appleton Post-Crescent, March 28
Hits and misses: Seniorcare, Ray Cross and orange barrels, Sheboygan Press, March 27
Funding uncertain for UW classes in high schools, Green Bay Press Gazette, March 27
Cuts spend end to dual enrollment program at Wilmot, Kenosha News, March 29
Western Wisconsinites sound off against Walker budget, River Falls Journal, March 27

On Campus
Patterson: Pointer pride on full display, Stevens Point Journal, March 27
Chancellor Meyer to be inaugurated Thursday, April 2, Dunn County News, March 28
End near for Dictionary of American Regional English?, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, March 28
UW regional language project struggling, Green bay Press Gazette, March 30
Wardle leaves UWGB for Bradley job, Green Bay Press-Gazette, March 28
UW-Stout students organize to protest UW budget cuts, Dunn County News, March 28
UW-Stout grad selected to helm massive US retailer, VolumeOne, March 30

State
Walker would end oversight of for-profit colleges, Urban Milwaukee, March 29
Latest glitch delays Common Core exam in Wisconsin, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, March 26

National
To balance budgets, governors seek higher education cuts, Huffington Post, March 27
Colleges getting out of health insurance business, ABC News, March 28
Professional salaries up 2.2%, Inside Higher Ed, March 30
Momentum for campus carry, Inside Higher Ed, March 30
U.S. to identify colleges under scrutiny, Inside Higher Ed, March 30
Harper College promises two years of free tuition, Daily Herald, March 29

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