The Daily Iowan

SAE members have chance for appeal

STACEY MURRAY

September 27, 2012

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Members of the University of Iowa Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity may have a chance to appeal their expulsion. Students who were not involved in hazing or any risk-involvement activities have 30 days to appeal their expulsion,...

Johnson County braces for early voting today

DI STAFF

September 27, 2012

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Residents of Johnson County are able to begin early in-person voting at two locations today. Voters can submit early ballots at the Johnson County Auditor’s Office from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and the Iowa City Public Library from...

UI Student Health Services focuses on healthy campus with flu vaccine

TIERRA SIMPSON

September 27, 2012

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The University of Iowa Student Health Service began accepting walk-ins for influenza vaccinations Monday, and officials said that throughout the coming month, they will pursue a campaign to increase the number of flu shot recipients. In...

UI launches new Tutor Iowa site for students

CASSIDY RILEY

September 27, 2012

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Students at the University of Iowa have a new option to seek online resources for tutoring and despite the price tag officials said the program will be more efficient. The Tutor Iowa website was launched in late August and replaced...

Consignment store Merci doing well in the economy

LAUREN COFFEY

September 27, 2012

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In this economy, business is booming for consignment stores, where buyers can take their old clothes and get “new” ones at a cheaper cost. “[Consignment stores] are the perfect marriage,” Catherine’s...

New UI police tool aids sexual assault victims

MATT STARNS

September 27, 2012

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University of Iowa police Crime-Prevention Specialist Alton Poole’s blaze-orange rubber bracelet clashes with his suit, but he doesn’t seem to mind. “I look at it as this is a resource for the victim and a...

North Liberty woman attempts suicide by fire

DI STAFF

September 27, 2012

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A North Liberty woman was charged Sept. 24 after she allegedly set her apartment on fire in an attempt to kill herself. According to a North Liberty police complaint, Colette Prybil, 45, was charged after officers responded...

Man deposits empty envelopes, withdraws money

DI STAFF

September 27, 2012

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An Iowa City man was charged Sept. 25 after he and another subject allegedly deposited empty envelopes in ATMs, claiming they contained thousands of dollars. According to an Iowa City police complaint, Xavier Turner, 20, 418...

Juweid agrees to stop practicing medicine in Iowa

DI STAFF

September 27, 2012

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Former University of Iowa radiology Professor Malik Juweid has agreed to stop practicing medicine in Iowa, according to an Iowa Board of Medicine press release. Juweid previously practiced nuclear medicine at the University of...

UI Homecoming parade causes closures

DI STAFF

September 27, 2012

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On Friday, the University of Iowa Homecoming Parade will cause some closures and operational changes. According to an Iowa City press release, starting at 6 a.m. Friday, the bus interchange near the intersection of Washington...

Onside kicks haunt Hawkeyes

BEN ROSS

September 27, 2012

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The feeling was familiar for Kevonte Martin-Manley. The Hawkeyes were lined up in onside-kick recovery formation, anticipating the ensuing 10-yard bouncer from Central Michigan. Iowa had just recovered one, after all. But f...

The Iowa Ihms: Older brother Steven

TOMMY REINKING

September 27, 2012

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Steven Ihm doesn’t remember when or where he and his younger sister first began playing golf. He does know, however, that he didn’t expect his sister to commit to his main sport until she did during in her senior year...