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Athletic directors for U-of-I, ISU discuss paying student athletes, conference realignment

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Athletic directors for U-of-I, ISU discuss paying student athletes, conference realignment

By O. Kay Henderson The athletic directors for the University of Iowa and Iowa State University both say student athletes have no grounds for forming unions. Athletes at Northwestern University have initiated a union effort, but Iowa athletic director Gary Barta says unions are for employees. “Unequivocally and without hesitation I tell you that student athletes are not employees […]

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Cedar Rapids casino would have been rare “interior” casino

Cedar Rapids casino would have been rare “interior” casino   0

By O. Kay Henderson A Creighton University economist who has studied the nation's gambling industry says casinos like the one that had been proposed for Cedar Rapids are [...]