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Experts respond to UI Sigma Alpha Epsilon controversy

JORDYN REILAND

September 26, 2012

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The University of Iowa’s Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter isn’t alone as it faces allegations of hazing, several experts said Monday. According to a statement the national fraternity released Monday, the UI chapter will be s...

UISG, ECGPS, Yellow Cab happy with SafeRide after one month

ERIC CLARK

September 26, 2012

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After a month of operation, officials from University of Iowa Student Government, the Executive Council of Professional Graduate Students, and Yellow Cab Taxi of Iowa City say the SafeRide program is both effective and problem-free. The...

Iowa City sees spike in gameday trash

STACEY MURRAY

September 26, 2012

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Outside Kinnick Stadium, Melrose Avenue is taking a hit. With four-consecutive home games this month, the Extend the Dream Foundation noticed a 15 percent increase in trash levels on Melrose Avenue and Melrose Court. The It...

Mason talks tuition freeze, SAE, and children’s hospital in DI Q&A

DI STAFF

September 26, 2012

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The Daily Iowan: The state Board of Regents proposed a tuition freeze for students as early as the next school year. Do you think there's a significant need for a tuition freeze now?

Iowa River Landing Clinic opens next Friday

ANNA THEODOSIS

September 26, 2012

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Local officials are excited because one of the many construction projects in the Iowa City area will be finished with the grand opening of the Iowa River Landing Clinic on Oct. 5. The new clinic will bring University of Iowa...

Socialist candidate for president Lindsey visits Iowa City

LAUREN COFFEY

September 26, 2012

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In the midst of election season, socialism is not a typical political party most voters think about. Presidential candidate and socialist Peta Lindsay wants to change that. Lindsay, 28, came to the Pedestrian Mall on Tuesday...

UI officials discuss incorporating Hancher performances into classroom teaching

DI STAFF

September 26, 2012

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Representatives from Hancher Auditorum spoke to the University of Iowa Faculty Senate Sept. 25 about incorporating Hancher performances into classroom teaching. President Linda Snetselaar invited Jacob Yarrow and Erin Donohue...

Police charge two juveniles in Regina bomb threats

DI STAFF

September 26, 2012

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Two Regina Catholic Education Center students have been charged in connection with two recent bomb threats at the school. According to an Iowa City police press release, officials arrested and charged the two juvenile males,...

Coralville man burglarizes local KFC

DI STAFF

September 26, 2012

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A Coralville man was charged Sept. 20 in conjunction with a burglary at a local Kentucky Fried Chicken earlier this year. According to a series of Iowa City police complaints, Luis Diaz, 18, allegedly burglarized Kentucky Fried...

Iowa City Fire Department establishes Child Passenger Safety Fit Station

DI STAFF

September 26, 2012

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The Iowa City Fire Department announced the establishment of a Child Passenger Safety Fit Station Tuesday. The Fit Station will be located at Iowa City Fire Department Station No. 4, and the department will hold several events...

Notebook: Minnesota likely to be without Gray against Iowa

SAM LOUWAGIE

September 26, 2012

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MarQueis Gray gave Iowa nightmares last season. The Hawkeyes won’t have to relive them this Saturday. Minnesota head coach Jerry Kill said in a teleconference on Tuesday that Gray, the senior quarterback who ran for...

Notebook: Purdue up to Hope’s expectations in preseason

MOLLY IRENE OLMSTEAD

September 26, 2012

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Wisconsin running back Montee Ball suffered his second concussion of the year on Sept. 22 and left the game in the second quarter against UTEP. But the running back isn’t expected to miss the Badgers’ showdown against...