The Daily Iowan

Council to study data in affordable housing decision

ALICIA KRAMME

November 16, 2010

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Iowa City city councilors would like to disperse affordable housing among the various school neighborhoods evenly, and a new mapping software program may help. Because officials say schools benefit from a balance of socioeconomic...

UI selects architects to design new School of Music

SAM LANE

November 16, 2010

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University of Iowa officials have selected LMN Architects โ€” a Seattle-based firm with a "wealth of experience" in designing performing-arts spaces โ€” to design the new music building. The building is slated to be...

No raises for TAs in regents’ proposal

ARIANA WITT

November 16, 2010

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It remains unclear if University of Iowa graduate students will get the raise they're hoping for. The Campaign to Organize Graduate Students and UI officials won't sign contracts until March, but it was evident Monday night the t...

National Guard happy with new armory

ALAN TOUSSAINT

November 16, 2010

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Inside a rectangular-shaped red building with a long line of large camouflaged vehicles parked in front, 40 employees in similar camouflage uniforms work daily, soldiers visit for drills and training once a month, and people use...

Spotlight: Grad student uses professional experience to teach dance

ALYSSA MARIE HARN

November 16, 2010

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Iowa City residents shouldn't be surprised if they see Kevin Schroder purchasing socks the next time they're at CVS. "I go through a lot of socks," the University of Iowa dance graduate student said. Schroder said...

Panel probes bigotry against Muslims

NINA EARNEST

November 16, 2010

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Islamophobia is not just a fear. It's a prejudice. Miriam Amer shared this definition with a crowd in the Main Library's Shambaugh Auditorium on Monday night. Amer, the executive director of the Iowa Chapter of the Council on...

Small electrical fire caused little damage Monday

DI STAFF

November 16, 2010

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A small electrical fire occurred at Calvin Hall on Monday. According to UI police, a small electrical transformer was the source of the fire that offcials discovered began in the lower-level room 10B. The call reporting the fire...

City officials may create downtown manager position

DI STAFF

November 16, 2010

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City officials may create a downtown manager position after the Iowa City City Council discussed the idea Monday evening. During a briefing on the city's economic-development projects, Jeff Davidson, the city's director of planning...

Hawkeyes look to refocus for Buckeyes

SCOTT MILLER

November 16, 2010

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There was a moment on Nov. 13 when it looked as if Saturday's Iowa-Ohio State game would indeed have Big Ten title implications. The Hawkeyes were up 10 points entering the fourth quarter. But then Ricky Stanzi threw a costly...

Women’s basketball faces Bradley with a limited cast

JON FRANK

November 16, 2010

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As the season kicks into full-throttle, Iowa women's basketball coach Lisa Bluder's lineup is still full of question marks going into today's home-opener against Bradley, scheduled to begin at 5 p.m. in Carver-Hawkeye Arena. The...

Men’s hoops ready to start over

SETH ROBERTS

November 16, 2010

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Iowa's first game under Fran McCaffery was called a clean slate for the men's basketball program, but it didn't go quite as planned. Maybe tonight's game will be a fresh start to the fresh start. The Hawkeyes (0-1) will return...

Men’s hoops signs Ohio forward White

DI STAFF

November 16, 2010

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Ohio native Aaron White signed a national letter of intent to play for the Hawkeyes on Monday, head coach Fran McCaffery said. White orally committed in October. The first-year head coach applauded the 6-8, 215-pound forward's...