The Daily Iowan

Hawkeyes to move to new home in October

DANNY PAYNE

September 2, 2014

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The Richard O. Jacobson Football Operations Building is set to become the new home of the Iowa football team during the Hawkeyes’ first bye week, the first week in October. The Jacobson building is combined with the existing...

Theater construction near completion

AARON WALKER

September 2, 2014

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The University of Iowa Theater Building has seen much progress since construction began, but summer flooding caused unexpected setbacks.  Additions to the building include a newly designed patio, remodeled basement, and a ...

UI officials release Hawk Alert

LILY ABROMEIT

September 2, 2014

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The University of Iowa Department of Public Safety released a crime alert Tuesday afternoon to warn the university community about two reported sexual assaults. On Sunday, UI police received a report that a student was sexually...

City Council ponder e-cigarettes

NICK MOFFITT

September 2, 2014

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The Iowa City City Council decided Tuesday it would try to quickly move forward on a resolution regarding electronic cigarettes and other vapor-releasing devices. Although nothing formal was decided, there was broad council...

UI officials discuss software shift

LINDSEY DRILLING

September 2, 2014

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The University of Iowa Faculty Council met Tuesday to discuss the possibility of using a new learning management system, Unizin. The council also received an update on performance-based funding, which is the new funding to be...

UI to welcome Korean institute

ALYSSA GUZMAN

September 2, 2014

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The University of Iowa has collaborated with Ewha Womans University of Seoul, South Korea, to start a Korean language institute on campus. The UI has collaborated with Ewha since last winter, and it will hold an official grand...

WorldCanvass partners with Filmscene

MITCH MCANDREW

September 2, 2014

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FilmScene and WorldCanvass have recently joined forces in an effort to spark intellectual discussion and community in Iowa City. The new collaboration held its first event, “The Passion that Drives Innovation,” Tuesday...

Jail program saves county thousands

CHRISTIAN HAHN

September 2, 2014

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Although the Johnson County Jail will see some updates in the coming year, it will continue to be overpopulated. The jail-alternative program assists in keeping jail population smaller. Last week, Jessica Peckover, the county’s...

UI grads apt at apps

BEN MARKS

September 2, 2014

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Blake Rupe and Ruihao Min are two recent University of Iowa graduates who have made a splash in the technology world, winning awards and participating in special programs, respectively. Rupe is the creator and CEO of Re-APP,...

Highly paid workers see bulk of wage increase, report says

DANIEL VALENTIN

September 2, 2014

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Over the past couple of years, different workers in Iowa have experienced different patterns of wage growth because of the actions that certain businesses take to become more successful, according to a recent report. According...

Iowa Notebook: Bower enjoys spotlight

CODY GOODWIN

September 2, 2014

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Bo Bower played pretty well during the Aug. 30 game. He had just two tackles but picked off a pass in the third quarter and recorded a big-time sack when Northern Iowa was in the red zone early in the fourth quarter. A reds...

Questions arise about Wisconsin’s health

JACOB SHEYKO

September 2, 2014

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No. 18 Wisconsin opened its season with a loss this past week, but it did so with their two best offensive players watching from the sideline. Many people who viewed Wisconsin’s matchup with LSU asked the same question:...