The Daily Iowan

UI Dining says, cash out

CHRIS HIGGINS

May 13, 2014

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University of Iowa students will have two more reasons to remember their student IDs or debit cards. During the next academic year, the IMU’s River Room will not accept meal swipes for grill meals. Also, many campus retail...

Dottie Ray retires from radio after 64 years

KAITLIN DEWULF

May 13, 2014

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Tuesday marked the last time on air for a beloved radio host. Since 1959, the Dottie Ray Show has aired weekdays from 8:45-9 a.m. Dottie Ray, a 91-year-old Iowa City resident, informed her listeners about local organizations,...

Boundary talk postponed

LILY ABROMEIT

May 13, 2014

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More than 40 students, teachers, and community members waited patiently for more than two hours Tuesday for their turn to address the Iowa City School Board, focusing on a multitude of issues. Budget cuts and the attendance zones...

School District administrators’ salaries frozen

DI STAFF

May 13, 2014

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The Iowa City School Board voted Tuesday to freeze central administration salaries for the upcoming year. The movement would freeze salaries for all central administrators. Board member Tuyet Dorau proposed a freeze of administration...

China to catch graduation

ABIGAIL MEIER

May 13, 2014

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Parents halfway across the world will now be able to experience their children’s graduations without the hassle of traveling more than 6,500 miles. On Saturday’s University of Iowa Tippie College of Business graduation...

Miller-Meeks visits the ‘Burg

ALEKSANDRA VUJICIC

May 13, 2014

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The Hamburg Inn bustled as forks clanked and people chowed down on their scrambled eggs and toast. Mariannette Miller-Meeks made her way around the tables to speak with local residents Tuesday. On her third attempt at beating...

Students thrive somewhere over the rainbow at the UI

DANIEL SEIDL

May 13, 2014

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After four years of hard work, the odyssey is finally over for one LGBTQ student. “It feels amazing,” Preston Keith said. “Being done with school and going onto this next journey … it’s just surreal.”...

UI moves on identity theft

DI STAFF

May 13, 2014

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The University of Iowa launched a new tool to prevent identity theft for its employees. The free service, Duo, is a two-step phone verification tool to protect employees from on- and off-campus locations. The service is also...

UI law partners with six more schools

DI STAFF

May 13, 2014

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Students throughout Iowa can earn bachelor’s and law degrees in six years now from eight undergraduate institutions. The University of Iowa College of Law has partnered with eight institutions since announcing the 3+3 program...

UI prepares for Spring 2014 graduation ceremonies

DI STAFF

May 13, 2014

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Approximately 5,000 University of Iowa students will reach a landmark this coming weekend. Split ceremonies will be held for College of Liberal Arts and Sciences undergraduates to accommodate more family members and guests. All c...

Logic does it all

JACOB SHEYKO

May 13, 2014

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There came a point during the Iowa women’s basketball season — toward the tail end of it — when the tweets and comments started showing up. At the time, the Iowa men’s basketball team was in a free fall, and the...

Buy or Sell: NFL Iowa rookie edition

DANNY PAYNE AND JOSHUA BOLANDER

May 13, 2014

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Buy or Sell: Iowa will have at least five rookies on NFL rosters come the first week of the NFL season. Bolander: Sell. Every year, nearly half the first round of NFL draft picks enter the league as big, fat, busts, just wai...