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Professor receives slew of backlash after f-word e-mail

NINA EARNEST

April 22, 2011

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A University of Iowa professor who sent a vulgar e-mail to members of the UI College Republicans has seen an outpouring of negative e-mails from students, graduates, and community members. UI anthropology/women's studies Professor...

UI professor Gary Hunninghake to resign

HAYLEY BRUCE

April 22, 2011

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University of Iowa Professor Gary Hunninghake is set to resign at the end of May, nearly one year after the university placed him on paid administrative leave in relation to a UI police investigation into child-pornography charges. The...

Regents to consider room and board increases

ARIANA WITT

April 22, 2011

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University of Iowa students who plan to live in the residence halls during the next academic year could face the largest cost increase among the three state schools. UI officials are proposing a 5 percent increase in room and...

UI proposes private-public partnership for apartments

ARIANA WITT

April 22, 2011

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University of Iowa Housing officials are pursuing a public-private partnership to reconstruct two apartment complexes favored by graduate students. Officials are considering three options, including the partnership, constructing...

Dan Gable to be main honoree at Fry Fest

IAN MARTIN

April 22, 2011

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The day before the first football game, wrestling will take center stage at the third-annual Fry Fest in Coralville. Former Iowa wrestling head coach Dan Gable will headline the annual celebration of all things Hawkeye on Sept. 2,...

Students celebrate African culture through dance

ALISON SULLIVAN

April 22, 2011

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To the vibrant thump of the drums, Habibatu Timbo's body jerked and swayed, her long tangerine skirt flying about her. The University of Iowa senior rocked her arms back and forth as if rocking a baby while dancing, Yesa, a...

REACH may expand to three-year program

ARIANA WITT

April 22, 2011

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Officials with the Realizing Educational and Career Hopes program at the University of Iowa are seeking approval from the state Board of Regents to extend the two-year program to three years. "Many families of the REACH...

Grad students host legislative town hall

ALLIE WRIGHT

April 22, 2011

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While budget debates are still going on at the Statehouse, some local Democrats are working to make sure Iowa's educational system is properly funded. But they said they need students' help. "We can't do it alone,"...

Architect of new UI art building speaks

JON FRANK

April 22, 2011

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World-renowned architect Steven Holl said he plans to incorporate the environment and plenty of natural lighting in the University of Iowa's new Visual Arts Building. Holl spoke about his ideas for the building Thursday in front...

UI students promote their businesses

MADISON BENNETT

April 22, 2011

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A website that tracks information about each of Iowa's golf tournaments โ€” the brainchild of four University of Iowa students โ€” has received more than 2,700 hits in slightly more than a month of existence. And the creators,...

Spotlight: A love for vinyl

LUKE VOELZ

April 22, 2011

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Kirk Walther gazed into the briefcase of a man known as Warren Peace. "It's a little warped," said Peace, plucking out a plastic-wrapped parcel from within the leathery confines. "So I'll give it to you for $5." Walther...

Former Hawkeye Everson’s sentencing delayed

DI STAFF

April 22, 2011

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The sentencing hearing for a former Hawkeye football player found guilty of simple assault has been delayed, according to court documents. Cedric Everson, 21, was scheduled to be sentenced at 9 a.m. today. Everson and former...