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Mason looks back and ahead

DI STAFF

April 27, 2015

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President Sally Mason: Well, let me start with a couple of things I’d like to share with the [DI], because we are getting down to my last days here as president, and one of the things that was made abundantly clear to me la...

AIB students transferring at a discount

CARLY MATTHEW

April 27, 2015

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As one Des Moines college closes, a diminishing number of students must decide what’s next. Originally, the plan was to turn AIB into a UI Des Moines campus. Mason told The Daily Iowan in a question and answer session...

Bird flu spreads in Iowa, but not locally

GRACE PATERAS

April 27, 2015

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H5N2 avian influenza is spreading across Iowa, and Iowa Department of Agriculture officials announced Monday that four more Iowa farms have been potentially infected. A report on Monday from the Agriculture Department found...

GOP staunch on gay marriage

BRENT GRIFFITHS

April 27, 2015

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At one time galvanizing support against same-sex marriage was a successful political ploy.  Today, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear a case that, combined with the reversal in public opinion, could undermine the...

Professor pay gap still exists in Iowa

DI STAFF

April 27, 2015

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The pay gap between men and women continues to be a issue in Iowa, including among professors who teach at Iowa institutions.  The American Association of University Professors reported this month that female professors at...

Davenport man charged with stealing from dormitories

DI STAFF

April 27, 2015

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Authorities have accused a Davenport man of stealing property from dorm rooms. James Hua, 19, was charged with 11 counts of second-degree burglary on Feb. 1. According to online court documents, Hua and two other suspects entered...

Olympic Trials back in Iowa City a ‘no-brainer’

JORDAN HANSEN

April 27, 2015

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When USA Wrestling announced last week that the 2016 Olympic Trials would be held in Iowa City on April 8-10, the decision was a long time in the making. In fact, the ball began rolling shortly after Iowa hosted the most-attended...

Dowson: Hawkeyes head into offseason refreshed

BLAKE DOWSON

April 27, 2015

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The Iowa men’s tennis team lost in the second round of the Big Ten Tournament last weekend to end its season, but the Hawkeyes should have their heads held high going into the off-season. The 2015 squad made tremendous...