Search warrant details steps taken by Iowa City police to investigate allegations in 2020
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Protesters demanding University of Iowa administrators kick the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity off campus took to the streets again Wednesday night – this time avoiding vandalism and sticking to chants, marching, and signs carrying the message they won’t stand for sexual violence.
University of Iowa planners promise residents of the historic Manville Heights neighborhood not to replace its quaint former marching band field with a busy student-focused high rise. And they vowed not to let the space morph into a shopping hub or become home to a warehouse.
Although an academic titan — and pioneer of the esteemed and widely-used meta-analysis research method — University of Iowa professor emeritus Frank L. Schmidt’s friends and “intellectual” children and grandchildren say they’ll also remember his humanity and generosity.
On the eve of an academic year promising to be unlike any other — by being, officials hope, more than last year like many others — University of Iowa President Barbara Wilson stood with thousands of new freshmen in solidarity. “Our job is to be healthy Hawkeyes,” she said.
Although the City of Iowa City on Thursday night defied state law by mandating masks in all indoor spaces — specifically naming University of Iowa academic buildings and business offices — UI administrators on Friday advised campus leaders the mandate doesn’t apply to them.
For years, including earlier this year, Iowa's public universities considered names and documents of employees they hired without formal searches — counter to campus policy — public information warranting release upon request. But they've changed their mind.