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UI to revamp Clinical Nurse Leader program

NORA HEATON

April 20, 2010

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University of Iowa officials are considering changing a program that offers students an accelerated track to a master’s degree and a nursing license. Officials at the UI College of Nursing are planning to rethink the college...

Alcohol forum teaches parents

EMILY BUSSE

April 20, 2010

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Joy Moel is gearing up for her 14-year-old twin boys to enter high school later this year — a milestone that can mean increased pressure to drink alcohol. Becoming more informed and more confident to talk to her kids will help...

UI must adapt to changing demographics, diversity candidate says

ARIANA WITT

April 20, 2010

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Boosting efforts to reach out to UI minorities during their time at the university is something Nicole Nisly, a candidate for UI chief diversity officer, said she hopes to improve in the position. And she feels that contact could...

Victims’ rights week begins

JOSEPH BELK

April 20, 2010

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After more than two years, David Kesterson still has difficulty talking about the day his brother-in-law Steve Sueppel, a former Iowa City bank executive, killed his wife, Sheryl Sueppel, their four children, and himself. On...

Spotlight Iowa City: Bringing a whole new meaning to ‘green thumb’

HANNAH KRAMER

April 20, 2010

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Jennifer Jordan is raising an environmentally friendly family. Kids Olivia, 9, and Gabe, 7, frequently ask about what they can and can’t recycle. They help compost. And they even do a little work in the garden. “Jen always...

Plugge backs Lemme principal for City High spot

DI STAFF

April 20, 2010

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Lemme Elementary Principal John Bacon could become the next principal of City High, Superintendent Lane Plugge said Monday. Plugge said he recommended the School Board select Bacon to replace Mark Hanson, who announced earlier this ye...

Agreement reached on UIHC privacy breach

DI STAFF

April 20, 2010

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A University of Iowa faculty member has reached an agreement with state officials regarding an alleged privacy breach. Sandra Rosenfeld-O’Tool, a 42-year-old UI Hospital and Clinics physician, reached a settlement agreement...

Injuries abound in Iowa backfield

SCOTT MILLER

April 20, 2010

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At the start of spring practice, Kirk Ferentz called having three experienced running backs “a real luxury.” Now, he’s wondering why he said anything at all. The 12th-year Iowa head coach was without his top three running...

Q&A with Pat Angerer

BRENDAN STILES

April 20, 2010

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DI: What has life been like for you since you walked off the field in Miami after winning the Orange Bowl? Angerer: It’s been cool. … I just work out, go out, and eat all day, so it’s been pretty nice. DI: When you were growing up...

Q&A with Dace Richardson

BRENDAN STILES

April 20, 2010

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The Daily Iowan contacted former offensive lineman Dace Richardson and had him answer a few questions before the 2010 NFL draft on Thursday. DI: What has your life been like since winning that game at the Orange Bowl? Richardson: After winning th...

Q&A with A.J. Edds

BRENDAN STILES

April 20, 2010

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The Daily Iowan contacted former linebacker A.J. Edds and had him answer a few questions before the 2010 NFL draft on Thursday. DI: Since the Orange Bowl, how different has your life been? Edds: I don’t know if I’d say my ...

Hawkeye draft crib sheet

SCOTT MILLER and BRENDAN STILES

April 20, 2010

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Seven Iowa players could be drafted to the NFL this weekend, which could mean a new record for the program since the process changed to seven rounds in 1994. BRYAN BULAGA (OT, 6-5, 314 lbs.) Agent Tom Condon Workout results...