He’s played for four NFL teams, been a Hollywood stunt double for Will Smith, and bungee-jumped out of a helicopter over the Grand Canyon, but some of Quinn Early’s fondest memories involve Iowa City and playing for the Hawkeyes.
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Given the state’s recent about-face allowing construction on a new $395 million University of Iowa hospital in North Liberty to proceed, it should grant the same permission for construction of a nearby, unaffiliated $17.9 million ambulatory surgery center, the application states.
Donna Parsons – who spent 33 years at the UI before her untimely passing, earning bachelor’s and master’s degrees in music and then a doctorate before joining the staff as a lecturer on popular music and culture – saw her large lectures gain legendary status, filling up in hours and forming wait lists.
The full settlement in the case accusing UI Athletics of violating the federal Title IX gender equity law by not providing equal female athletic opportunities, benefits, and scholarships — obtained by The Gazette on Wednesday — includes a range of stipulations.
Given staffing concerns at a University of Iowa hospital facing the confluence of surging patient demand with an overstressed workforce, administrators Wednesday morning announced they will double extra shift premium pay for inpatient nurses and respiratory therapists for the next seven weeks.
Faculty across Iowa’s public universities are continuing to demand the right to mandate masks in the classroom — looping in attorneys and considering resolutions urging faculty, regardless of state law or campus policy, to act in their own best interest and that of their students and the community.
“It came a lot faster than I thought it would,” UI sophomore Lyman, 20, told The Gazette on Friday, the day after UI Athletics announced plans to become the first Power Five conference school to add women’s wrestling. “It’s exciting to see Iowa doing it first – that’s a big thing.”