UW Daily – July 11, 2018

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UW System / Top Stories
Two indicted in UW System textbook theft ring face up to 15 years in prison, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, July 10
Two men facing charges after allegedly stealing textbooks from several University of Wisconsin system schools, CBS 58, July 10
Grand jury indicts 2 in multi-state textbook thefts, AP, July 10
Textbook Bandits Facing Federal Charges, WTAQ-WLUK, July 10
Two indicted in UW System textbook theft ring face up to 15 years in prison, MJS via Green Bay Press-Gazette, July 10
Candidates for Congress discuss bipartisanship (including Bryan Steil, a UW System Regent), Kenosha News, July 10
UW System changing hiring policies after fmr. UWSP asst. dean sexual harassment complaints, WSAW, July 10
On Campus
GRB: Controversial artist and UWGB alumnus Norbert Kox opens museum of ‘apocalyptic visual parables,’ Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, July 9
GRB: Alleged thieves indicted in textbook resale scheme, UWGB Police investigated, Racine Journal Times, July 10
GRB: Indictment: textbook theft suspects targeted UW schools, UWGB police investigated, WBAY, July 10
GRB: 2 Texas men face charges for textbook theft from UWGB and other colleges, WHBY, July 10
GRB: Immigration In America: U.S. Attitudes Towards Refugees (features Prof. Alise Coen), WPR, July 11
GRB: 2 suspects indicted in textbook scheme that hit UWGB, NBC 26, July 10
MAD: UW-Madison launches tick tracking app, AP, July 9
MAD: Memorial Union holding forums on gallery, play circle names, WKOW-TV 27, July 11
MAD: UW Madison seeks input on campus rooms named after alumni with KKK ties, WSAU, July 11
MAD: UW biotech director to head genome center, Wisconsin State Journal, July 11
MAD: Survey finds lack of health care access for transgender, nonbinary youth, Wisconsin State Journal, July 11
MAD: The Thai soccer coach taught his team to meditate in the flooded cave — and it may have played a powerful role in keeping them alive (features Richard Davidson, UW-Madison neuroscientist), San Antonio Express-News, July 10
MIL: Evictions take toll on student mental health, test scores (UWM sociologist says society bears cost of …

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