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    Apparently recent behavior in Ia City is nothing new.



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    May 1952: "A group of men from several of the SUI men's housing units enter a back door of Currier Hall, SUI women's dorm, for the first of two break-ins last night. After several attempts at different doors the group finally broke into the back door." Another photo in the series shows male students shouting at an Iowa City policeman who is trying to keep them from entering the building.
    SUI?



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    Re: Apparently recent behavior in Ia City is nothing new.

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    SUI?
    State University of Iowa. Still its official name.



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    Re: Apparently recent behavior in Ia City is nothing new.

    SUI is also the genitive form of the third-person singular reflexive pronoun in Latin.

    Don't believe that's what they're talking about here though.



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