The Daily Iowan

Hawks move west

JORDYN REILAND

January 26, 2015

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The University of Iowa will now expand down Interstate 80, as the AIB College of Business will soon become the University of Iowa Des Moines campus. The Daily Iowan met with UI President Sally Mason on Monday for a monthly Q&A ...

Q&A: Mason talks sexual assault, expansion

JORDYN REILAND

January 26, 2015

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The Daily Iowan: The Advisory Committee on Sexual Assault that you created has been around for almost a year now. What progress do you think it has made and what should we expect to see next? President Sally Mason: It has made ...

Development in Dubuque Cottages court case

FRANK ROTELLA

January 26, 2015

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A civil battle stemming from the potential redevelopment of historic cottages in Iowa City has come to a quiet end, at least for now. Will Ingles, the owner of the Book Shop, 608 S. Dubuque St., had filed a civil suit against...

County and city officials gather for quarterly joint meeting

BEN MARKS

January 26, 2015

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Iowa City hosted a joint meeting on Monday afternoon with several other municipal officials โ€” including those from North Liberty, Oxford, and Solon โ€” to discuss affordable housing and the Iowa City School District’s...

Local schools host mini Dance Marathons

ALYSSA GUZMAN

January 26, 2015

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Over the past two weeks, local high schools and elementary schools have hosted mini Dance Marathons in order to raise money for the cause and get younger students involved. “[The mini Dance Marathons] show that you can...

Local businesses dance, dance, dance

CORY PORTER

January 26, 2015

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Through the years, Dance Marathon has grown from a mainly student-focused event to one that includes the whole community. Because of this, the organization has seen the largest number of major donations, or sponsorships, in its...

Solon student researches snails with the UI

CARLY MATTHEW

January 26, 2015

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As a graduation gift, Kaitlin Hatcher’s parents offered her a senior trip. The 18-year-old Solon High School student considered a Manhattan Island vacation or Disney World adventure. However, in the end, Hatcher chose...

UISG outlines proposals

NOELLE ALKHAWAJA

January 26, 2015

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As the spring semester begins at the University of Iowa, the UI Student Government will be focusing on safety-, cost-, and diversity-related initiatives. UISG President Patrick Bartoski said he is excited to continue the UISG’s...

Iowa City man arrested for domestic assault

DI STAFF

January 26, 2015

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Authorities have accused an Iowa City man of punching and choking a woman. Shamari Smith, 21, was charged with domestic-abuse assault impeding air/blood flow on Sunday. According to online court documents, Smith and the woman...

Bluder works wonders

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

January 26, 2015

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Games such as Monday night’s 78-72 win over Nebraska are times when a team such as Iowa should be thankful to have a veteran head coach calling the shots. With her team overwhelmed early, Iowa coach Lisa Bluder swapped i...

Disterhoft’s explosive second half lifts Hawkeye women to upset over Nebraska

KYLE MANN

January 26, 2015

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Ally Disterhoft’s first half stats: 0-of-5 from the floor, 0 points, and 3 rebounds. Disterhoft’s final stat line: 7-of-15 from the floor, 20 points, and 13 rebounds. So what changed? As exemplified by Disterhoft&rsq...

White’s status day-to-day, questionable for Wisconsin

JACOB SHEYKO

January 26, 2015

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Iowa head coach Fran McCaffery didn’t need to hear from the team trainer. He knew that forward Aaron White was done. After running into Kendall Stephens with 15:48 left in the first half of Iowa’s 67-63 loss to Purdue...