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Bipartisanship of Board of Regents questioned

ALEKSANDRA VUJICIC

March 3, 2015

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Three new appointees to the state Board of Regents will have to face the Iowa Senate for approval, but some Senate Democrats are questioning Gov. Terry Branstad’s selections based on their political affiliations and the...

Dean Keller addresses budget cuts

MADISON PETERSEN

March 3, 2015

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Major changes will come soon to the University of Iowa graduate education. Graduate College Dean John Keller addressed faculty and students on Tuesday night about the changes graduate programs will face after recent reducti...

Regents meeting agenda released

DI STAFF

March 3, 2015

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Officials to present three-year degrees Provost Barry Butler and Associate Provost Lon Moeller plan to present the University of Iowa’s new Degree in Three program to the state Board of Regents at a March 11 meeting in Iowa ...

Council discusses presidential search

DI STAFF

March 3, 2015

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At a meeting on Tuesday, the University of Iowa Faculty Council briefly discussed the progress undergone in the search for a new president. The finalist is expected to come on campus and meet with faculty sometime in the fall,...

Iowa City man chokes his girlfriend

DI STAFF

March 3, 2015

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Authorities have accused an Iowa City man of choking a woman. Andrew Irvin, 26, was charged with domestic assault, impeding air/blood flow, on Mar. 2. According to online court documents, officers responded to call about a domestic...

GPSG talks funding

DI STAFF

March 3, 2015

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At Tuesday‘s Graduate and Professional Student Government meeting, funding was the main topic of discussion, as well as the presidential search and upcoming events. Of the requested funding, the University of Iowa undergraduate,...

Hawks look convincing in win over Indiana

DANNY PAYNE

March 3, 2015

Filed under Sports

If there was any doubt in the mind of those observing Iowa, it should be gone. Now winners of five-straight Big Ten games for the first time since 1996-1997, the Hawkeyes (20-10, 11-6 Big Ten) went into Indiana Tuesday night...

Buy or Sell: Gauging the Big Ten Tournament

KYLE MANN AND RYAN RODRIGUEZ

March 3, 2015

Filed under Sports

Buy or Sell: Iowa has the best offense in the Big Ten Mann: Buy. I think this is a true statement, mostly because I don’t think any other team can beat you in as many ways as the Hawkeyes. Sam Logic can penetrate the la...

Trussov posts big weekend at Big Ten Championships

IAN MURPHY

March 3, 2015

Filed under Sports

To paint Iowa’s Big Ten meet performance as disappointing would be a disservice to many of the swimmers. Numerous best times were swum, and the Hawkeyes broke several school records, but junior Roman Trussov had arguably...

Iowa track and field have tough time in Ohio

MARIO WILLIAMS

March 3, 2015

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On Feb. 24, sprints coach Clive Roberts said his athletes were “focused and ready to get after it” heading into the Big Ten indoor meet in Geneva, Ohio. The expectations were certainly high; however, the Iowa wom...

Editorial: UI must revisit speech policies

DI EDITORIAL BOARD

March 3, 2015

Filed under Opinions

The freedom of speech and expression is a concept open to a cloud of misconception, interpretation, and limitations. It is undeniably a fundamental part of any form of democracy. And the University of Iowa is apparently one of...

Evanson: The CPAC Bachelor

KEITH EVANSON

March 3, 2015

Filed under Opinions

Vying for the love and affection from Republicans at the Conservative Political Action Committee last week, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul took home the last rose at the straw poll this year. And just like the finalists who are victorious...