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Mason: Gray was put on leave once UI officials informed about situation

STACEY MURRAY

November 16, 2012

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Though University of Iowa President Sally Mason remains tight-lipped regarding Peter Gray, she said Thursday that Gray was placed on leave once officials were informed of the situation. During an interview with The Daily Iow...

Q&A: Mason talks Children’s Hospital, Honors Program, and Peter Gray

DI STAFF

November 16, 2012

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The Daily Iowan: President Mason, you’ve put out a statement about the allegations concerning Dr. Peter Gray and his resignation last week. You’ve said you won’t further comment on Gray specifically, I under...

Startups igniting entrepreneurial spirit in Iowa City, statewide

QUENTIN MISIAG

November 16, 2012

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San Francisco, Boston, New York City, and Austin, Texas all have them: creative havens for the über creative young professionals who defy the standard 9-5 workdays. With no valley in close proximity, young innovators across...

Iowa City residents share diversity complaints with police and transportation

LAUREN COFFEY

November 16, 2012

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Some immigrants living in Iowa City are calling for reform in the Iowa City police and the Iowa City transportation system. More than 20 community members expressed their concerns Thursday night at a forum hosted by the city’s...

COGS students critical of Regents’ UI Grad Care proposal

RISHABH R. JAIN

November 16, 2012

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The state Board of Regents and University of Iowa officials presented their initial contract proposal to the UI Campaign to Organize Graduate Students on Thursday, and some students are concerned with possible changes to UI Grad...

Iowa CCI continues call for Rastetter resignation after Murphy appointment

KRISTEN EAST

November 16, 2012

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A recent change in state Board of Regents positions has prompted some Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement members to revisit their accusations that Regent President Pro-Tem Bruce Rastetter is abusing his power as a regent...

Kid captain: Cian Bonnett can’t be slowed

BRIANNA JETT

November 16, 2012

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There’s no stopping Cian Bonnett. At only 8 years old, he has taught his family a lot about life. Cian, wrought with ongoing health problems, has been through a lot, but neither he nor his family is willing to give up on...

Transient man charged after stealing laptop computer

DI STAFF

November 16, 2012

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A transient man has been accused possessing more than $1,000 of property belonging to another person. Ryan Cameron, 21, address unknown, was charged Sept. 30 with second-degree theft. According to a Johnson County Sheriff’s...

Coralville man charged after handling $10,000 worth of stolen property

DI STAFF

November 16, 2012

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A Coralville man has been accused of handling stolen property worth more than $10,000. David Solis, 21, 2501 Holiday Road, was charged Feb. 24 with first-degree theft. According to a North Liberty police complaint, officers...

Iowa City police arrest residential burglar

DI STAFF

November 16, 2012

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A transient man was arrested Thursday morning after Iowa City police broke up an attempted burglary. Robert Denail Jones, 36, address unknown, is the suspect identified in an attempted burglary. Jones was charged with first-degree...

City unveils five finalists for redevelopment at College-Gilbert lot

DI STAFF

November 16, 2012

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City officials announced the five finalist proposals for the redevelopment of the northeast corner of College and Gilbert Streets. The city will host public presentations of the five proposals during an Iowa City City Council...

VP of Strategic Communications Tysen Kendig accepts position at UConn

DI STAFF

November 16, 2012

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Tysen Kendig, the University of Iowa’s vice president for Strategic Communication, will leave the university because he has accepted a new position as the University of Connecticut’s new vice president for communications,...