The Daily Iowan

Big Ten chilling on tuition

KRISTEN EAST

August 1, 2013

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The tuition freeze for Iowa’s three public universities is here. It’s happening. Nearly eight months after the state Board of Regents’approval, resident undergraduates studying at any of the three regent insti...

Officials believe Branstad’s India trip could prompt job growth

CASSIDY RILEY

August 1, 2013

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As Gov. Terry Branstad prepares to travel to India, local experts and legislators say a chance for Iowa to strengthen its relationship with one of the world’s fastest growing economies presents a wealth of benefits and opportunities....

Brennan selected as new VP of strategic communications

KRISTEN EAST

August 1, 2013

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University of Iowa officials announced Thursday that Joseph Brennan will serve as the new vice president for Strategic Communication. UI President Sally Mason will ask the state Board of Regents to approve Brennan’s hiring...

21-only likely headed to voters

KRISTEN EAST

August 1, 2013

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It appears as though the 21-ordinance issue is once again headed to the voters. The Iowa City City Council will vote on two items at its next meeting reaffirming its pro-21 stance. One item authorizes and directors the Johnson...

Council to move on bar spacing rule

KRISTEN EAST

August 1, 2013

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The Iowa City city councilors will vote on the second consideration of an ordinance that would lift space restrictions on drinking establishments in outlying areas of Iowa City. The spacing rule currently in place restricts new...

Sephora opens Coral Ridge location

QUENTIN MISIAG

August 1, 2013

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A leading global specialty beauty retailer is set to open new doors in the Iowa City area. Paris-based Sephora, which carries a variety of skin-care, fragrance, and body-care products, will open its Coral Ridge Mall storefront...

UI Kid Captains announced for this fall

QUENTIN MISIAG

August 1, 2013

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A new set of current and former University of Iowa Children’s Hospital patients will soon don the title of Kid Captain. In all, 14 kids will get a chance to shine on game day during the Hawkeyes’ 2013 football season...

Sculpture slated to return outside Adler Journalism Building this fall

QUENTIN MISIAG

August 1, 2013

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A University of Iowa public-art piece that was damaged following a winter snowfall will soon make its return back home to Iowa City. Iacto, the sculpture situated on the southeast side of the Adler Journalism Building, adjacent...

Man faces many charges

CASSIDY RILEY

August 1, 2013

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A man has been charged after allegedly committing numerous thefts. Taylin Anderson, 18, was charged on Monday with first-degree theft, second-degree theft, fourth-degree theft, unauthorized use of a credit card, and third-degree...

Iowa men’s basketball preps for Europe

MATT CABEL

August 1, 2013

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The Iowa men’s basketball team is headed overseas.  The team will leave Aug. 11 for six exhibition games in Europe and France beginning on Aug. 13. The Hawkeyes will play two matches against the London Lions on Aug....

Alexander has something to prove

DOMINICK WHITE

August 1, 2013

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Iowa City West High product Dondre Alexander was a man on a mission during this summer’s Prime Time League. The recent high-school graduate let his phenomenal play speak volumes, and it helped coach Randy Larson’s...

The DI‘s biggest summer storylines

CODY GOODWIN

August 1, 2013

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The summer of 2013 was an adventurous one for a number of Iowa’s student-athletes. Some select Hawkeyes competed overseas, a golfer made his professional début, and summer basketball ruled the North Liberty Community Center....