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Winans opens Iowa City store

BEN MARKS

November 18, 2014

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Over the smells of creamy chocolate and roasting coffee beans, excited chatter filled the tiny shop. The storeowner Cindy Riley lived in Ohio for many years but grew up in Iowa City and attended West High, and she said she ch...

Sally Mason continues push for resident tuition freeze

AARON WALKER

November 18, 2014

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Out-of state and graduate students at the University of Iowa will not likely see a tuition freeze in the near future. In her monthly media availability, UI President Sally Mason said she remains in favor of a tuition freeze...

Faculty members meet with faculty athletics representatives

RACHEL GREEN

November 18, 2014

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The NCAA will now include two student-athlete representatives from any university in the program. Ellen Herman and Gene Parkin, the faculty athletics representatives for the UI, joined the Faculty Council at Tuesday’s meeting....

Body Cams on hold for city police

NICK MOFFITT

November 18, 2014

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Despite repealing a previous resolution that would give the Iowa City police funding for body cameras, the cameras will still likely be on officers in the future, one city official says. The Iowa City City Council voted on Tuesday...

TIF comes to Iowa City Marketplace

NICK MOFFITT

November 18, 2014

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The Iowa City Marketplace will now receive up to $1.75 million for improvements from the City of Iowa City. The Iowa City City Council voted 6-1, with Councilor Jim Throgmorton casting the dissenting vote, to approve a resolution...

UI officials recognize pair for contributions to public health

GRACE PATERAS

November 18, 2014

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Tropical-medicine specialist Selma Jeronimo usually spends her time caring for people with illnesses in Brazil. Last week, journalist Roger Thurow was travelling through India, researching hunger issues. As part of the University...

IC workers file complaint on local company

CORY PORTER

November 18, 2014

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The crowd occupying the Center for Worker Justice of Eastern Iowa stood at the front of the building’s main room in silence, letting the signs they held speak for them. “We deserve better,” “fair pay today,”...

UIHC program does more with less

MITCH MCANDREW

November 18, 2014

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The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinic’s Blood Management Program is proving that, when it comes to blood transfusions, more might not always be better. In its first three years of existence, the program has dropped...

The UISG has tabled a bill to create a Veteran’s Committee

DANIEL VALENTIN

November 18, 2014

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After a month of work, the University of Iowa Student Government has decided to table a bill that would create a committee to support veterans on campus, and will be brought up again Dec. 9. UISG Senator Caleb Bell said veterans...

Notebook: Iowa prepares for Gordon

CODY GOODWIN

November 18, 2014

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In July, when all 14 Big Ten teams met in Chicago for the conference’s annual media days, Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon explained why, exactly, he wasn’t looking forward to the Badgers’ upcoming game a...

Derrick Willies might return

CODY GOODWIN

November 18, 2014

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The Instagram post that sent Iowa fans into a frenzy was published Oct. 27. It came from Derrick Willies’ account. It included a picture of his first-career touchdown reception against Ball State with a caption that indicated...

Iowa wrestling notebook: Luther Open sheds light on 149-, 157-pounders

JORDAN HANSEN

November 18, 2014

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With the first weekend of competitive โ€” though that’s a loose term โ€” wrestling in the books, a bit of information can be taken from the results of the Luther Open. Specifically, the 149- and 157-pound contenders are...