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Regents admonish U-I president for lack of communication on sexual assault issue (audio)

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Regents admonish U-I president for lack of communication on sexual assault issue (audio)

By Dar Danielson The Board of Regents met with University of Iowa President Sally Mason this afternoon to discuss her recent remarks regarding sexual assaults on buy levitra on line campus. Mason drew criticism after saying in the student newspaper that the goal was to the best choice have no sexual assaults on campus, but added that was probably not possible “due to human nature.” […]

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