The Daily Iowan

Regents request nearly $13 million for UI

MICHAEL KADRIE and REBECCA MORIN

September 8, 2014

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The state Board of Regents plans to request approximately $12.9 million in supplemental funding from lawmakers to help the three state universities ease into a recently adopted funding model. The performance-based funding model...

Second green roof installed on campus

ERICA MAHONEY

September 8, 2014

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The University of Iowa has added its second green roof. The Seamans Center’s green roof, which was built in a courtyard area, was proposed by UI engineering students, said Darice Baxter, a UI Facilities Management environmental...

School Board hosts final listening post

CORY PORTER

September 8, 2014

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The Iowa City School Board held its fourth and final meeting on redesigning the attendance zones of the School District on Monday. Chris Lynch, the president of the School Board, said at the end of the meeting he would make a...

State Supreme Court rules retains bar exam

AARON WALKER

September 8, 2014

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The Iowa Supreme Court ruled this past weekend that law students across the state will still be required to take the bar exam in order to practice law. The ruling would have allowed students at the two accredited law schools...

Local high school involved in multimillion-dollar class-action suit

KAITLIN DEWULF

September 8, 2014

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A local high school has been included in the multimillion-dollar class-action lawsuit involving a distributing company’s alleged attempt to monopolize food sales in Iowa schools. Regina Catholic High was one of 894 Iowa...

Iowa City School Board member arrested

NICK MOFFITT

September 8, 2014

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Iowa City School Board member Tuyet Dorau was arrested on Sept. 6 in Coralville and charged with domestic assault causing bodily injury. The Iowa Code lists the charge as a serious misdemeanor. If convicted Dorau could face...

RAIDS website launched in Iowa

ALYSSA GUZMAN

September 8, 2014

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With Iowa City police being the first department in the state to adopt a new police technology, other police forces are eager to jump on board. The Iowa City police began using RAIDS Online Sept. 2, becoming the first law-enforcement...

The Wedge and May’s Café to close

DI STAFF

September 8, 2014

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In conjunction with the Wedge closing its downtown location, May’s Café will also close its doors. May’s Café manager Allison Cramer confirmed Monday that the popular café would soon leave the Pedestrian Mall in...

Deloitte announces business cases

DI STAFF

September 8, 2014

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Deloitte Consulting has announced three business cases to consider for implementation during the next state Board of Regents meeting. This comes in an update with the TIER program, the transformation and efficiency study of Iowa’s...

Cedar Rapids man charged with theft

DI STAFF

September 8, 2014

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Authorities have accused a Cedar Rapids man of stealing an outboard motor. Jake Dickinson was charged on Sunday with second-degree theft. He was operating a motor vehicle when he was stopped for speeding. During a search of...

C-SPAN bus to come to campus

DI STAFF

September 8, 2014

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The C-SPAN bus will arrive on the University of Iowa campus on Thursday and Friday. The bus, an interactive, multimedia presentation center, travels the country and hosts tours for students and teachers. The project provides...

Third downs are for Martin-Manley

CODY GOODWIN

September 8, 2014

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Iowa receiver Kevonte Martin-Manley is two weeks into what’s becoming a pretty special senior season. Entering 2014, Martin-Manley was just 52 catches away from becoming Iowa’s all-time receptions leader. At his c...