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UI notes sexual-assault progress

JORDYN REILAND

May 14, 2014

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University of Iowa President Sally Mason said there has been progress made on the six-point plan to combat sexual assault, and there will be more to look for come the fall semester. “We’ve made progress on very point,...

UI reacts to possible funding switch

JORDYN REILAND

May 14, 2014

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Graduate and professional students and officials alike are scratching their heads at what might result in a lack of allocations for their respective programs. During a state Board of Regents meeting in April, members of the four-person...

Q&A: Mason talks performance based funding, flood recovery

DI STAFF

May 14, 2014

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The Daily Iowan sat down with University of Iowa President Sally Mason to talk about the issue of sexual assault on college campuses, the performance-based funding model, and the ongoing flood recovery. President Sally Mason: W...

Officials: Alcohol linked to sex assault

DANIEL SEIDL

May 14, 2014

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The conversation on sexual assault at the University of Iowa is shifting to include alcohol. “That’s a huge Venn diagram that we’re not really discussing,” said Susan Junis, the education director of the...

Group wants to do away with bar exam

ALEKSANDRA VUJICIC

May 14, 2014

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Students graduating from the University of Iowa College of Law will accept their diplomas Friday, but they can’t practice law quite yet. First, they must take the bar exam and wait until fall for their results. The Iowa...

Board freezes administrative pay

LILY ABROMEIT

May 14, 2014

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Iowa City School District administrators are also taking a hit from budget cuts. Board member Tuyet Dorau was determined to make change Tuesday night at the Iowa City School Board meeting. Proposing a salary freeze for administration...

Man accused of making unauthorized transactions

DI STAFF

May 14, 2014

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Authorities have accused a local man of making unauthorized transactions with a stolen debit card. According to an Iowa City police complaint, Nadler stayed with a man at a hotel for approximately one week at the end of April...

Local nightclub fined

DI STAFF

May 14, 2014

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An Iowa City nightclub has been fined by the state, and it will lose its liquor license for 30 days. Caliente Night Club, 171 Highway 1 W., will be fined $1,000 in addition to the liquor-license suspension, according to an order...

Cheba Hut closes

DI STAFF

May 14, 2014

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The Iowa City Cheba Hut, 314 E. Burlington St. announced its closure Wednesday. Scott Jennings founded the original Cheba Hut in 1988 near the Arizona State Campus. The marijuana-theme store is one of 15 chain restaurants. — by ...

Basketball collapse runs the town

BEN ROSS

May 14, 2014

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That the men’s basketball team — a squad heralded by most “experts” in the business to be one of the top units in the nation — finished closer to the bottom than the top in the Big Ten and, in some respects,...

Devyn Marble’s road to the NBA draft: Part 3

RYAN PROBASCO

May 14, 2014

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This is Part III of an ongoing series chronicling former Iowa basketball player Devyn Marble and his preparation for the 2014 NBA draft. With Hawkeye Nation at the peak of its interest in men’s basketball, just 48 ...

Point/Counterpoint: What should have been Iowa’s Story of the Year

DI STAFF

May 14, 2014

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Iowa baseball’s resurgence With all due respect to the women’s field hockey and soccer programs, no one had a more dramatic turnaround this season than the Iowa baseball team. True, soccer made it to the Big Ten finals f...