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Shooter of 2012 murder found guilty

ABIGAIL MEIER

November 19, 2013

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Friends and family of Donelle Lindsey removed their jackets between sobs as they revealed a white shirt with Lindsey’s image on the front, replicating an angel with a caption of “Rest in peace.” The verdict w...

UI President Sally Mason answers questions from The Daily Iowan

DI STAFF

November 19, 2013

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The Daily Iowan: The UI reported a sexual assault on Sunday, making it the second reported UI sexual assault this month and the third this semester. Is the UI doing taking any measures to help decrease these assaults? President Sall...

Mason pleased with advances with handling sexual assaults

GRETA MEYLE

November 19, 2013

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Despite recent sexual assaults, University of Iowa President Sally Mason said administrators have made progress in continued efforts aimed at informing and assisting students through trauma correlated with sexual assault. Mason...

College of Law is second UI institution to create accelerated program

LILY ABROMEIT and MEGAN SANCHEZ

November 19, 2013

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The University of Iowa College of Law has decided to follow in the footsteps of the UI College of Public Health in creating a fast-track program for students. UI officials said the “3+3” program will provide students...

Final public feedback meeting for streetscape held Tuesday

REBECCA MORIN

November 19, 2013

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Iowa City officials are one step closer to giving new life to downtown. In a meeting at the Sheraton Hotel, 210 S. Dubuque St., on Tuesday for the final of three public-feedback sessions, Iowa City officials and development consultants...

Iowa legislators and community members discuss legalizing medicinal marijuana

JAKE McCULLEY

November 19, 2013

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Dr. Steve Jenison, the first director of New Mexico’s Medical Cannabis Program, met with a diverse crowd of medical marijuana supporters on Tuesday. People shared stories of how cannabis has eased their medical conditions,...

Iowa City pays tribute to 150th anniversary of Gettsyburg Address

JUSTUS FLAIR

November 19, 2013

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Exactly 150 years ago Tuesday, 50,000 Americans died in one single bloody day. The Battle of Gettysburg the most famous battle of the Civil War, was horrific and tragic but unarguably an important part of American history. The...

UI building completion dates pushed back

DI STAFF

November 19, 2013

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The demolition of the University of Iowa Art Building and the Hancher/Voxman/Clapp complex have been pushed back. According to the state Board of Regents information packet, the substantial completion date for the demolition...

New UI music building set to be named

DI STAFF

November 19, 2013

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The University of Iowa is proposing to keep the same name of the flood-damaged School of Music Building for its replacement, according to an informational packet for a state Board of Regents meeting. The new music building will...

Regents ask for policy change to name UI building after current UI employee

DI STAFF

November 19, 2013

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The state Board of Regents will request to waive a policy preventing university units being named after current regent employees. The request, according to the regents’ informational packet, will ask to waive the policy...

North Liberty woman charged with burglary

DI STAFF

November 19, 2013

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A North Liberty woman has been accused of forcing herself into a residence where she was unwanted. Lachelle Wilson-Jacob, 24, was charged Monday with third-degree burglary. According to a North Liberty Police complaint, Wilson-Jacob...

Board of Regents set to propose tuition freeze extension for FY 2015

DI STAFF

November 19, 2013

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The state Board of Regents will propose extending the tuition freeze for the 2014-15. The  regents’ information packet said the regent institutions have “high-quality, accessible, educational opportunities for Iowans,...