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UI to change rhetoric courses

The Dean Student Advisory Committee recently persuaded officials to begin offering only the semester-long rhetoric course next year.


Mims, Dickens, and Champion victorious

The City Council race drew the lowest voter turnout in 30 years.


UIHC pulls back donation plan

Officials delayed the plan after hearing concerns from staff members.


Witness: Michelle Kehoe mentally ill

Kehoe suffered from mental illness for a decade and has attempted suicide twice, a defense witness says.


UIHC faces big cuts

Benefit reductions will help UIHC budget, but are “not enough.”


Award to fund new UI center

A recently funded program may offer internships to students in the School of Social Work.


UI graduate works with fungus to alleviate oil dependency

After working with lava rocks, acid wash, Mark Emalfarb moved on to fungi.


Writers get 2nd Life

The School of Library and Information Science has worked with the IWP to provide online readings at the UI’s private island on the Second Life website.


Spotlight Iowa City: Bearing witness for Palestinians

For seven weeks, Dennis Bricker slept on the roof of a 12-by-16 foot concrete building in the Palestinian territory, a place in which Israeli occupants marched threateningly with rifles.


Man charged with sexual abuse

Iowa City police arrested a man after he allegedly fondled a woman while she was sleeping.


Library announces change

UI graduate and undergraduate honors students will now be able to check out regularly circulating books for a one-year period, according to the UI Libraries’ circulation department.


E-mail change coming

Hawkmail users routing to non-Hawkmail addresses will lose their accounts on Nov. 9 unless the e-mail address is routed back, according to UI Information Technology Services.


Frazier wins award

UI alumnus and Daily Iowan photography coach Danny Wilcox Frazier has won an Online Journalism Award for his documentary Driftless: Stories from Iowa, a black-and-white collection that has been praised for its richness, restraint, and humor.


Panel to cover gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender issues

The UI College of Education Diversity Committee is sponsoring a Thursday event on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender issues in the Main Library’s Shambaugh Auditorium.


Call for photos

UI online journalism students are asking students to submit photos and video shots on or around the campus for a documentary photography project to reflect campus life.


2nd Off-Campus Living Expo nears

Students worried about living off campus will have an opportunity to talk to experts about their rights at the second Off-Campus Living Expo on Thursday.


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