The Daily Iowan

Officials say Kinnick flyover too low

HAYLEY BRUCE

December 13, 2010

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Officials said a flyover at Kinnick Stadium during the Iowa-Ohio State football game last month may have violated Air Force regulations by being hundreds of feet too low, the Associated Press has reported. Videos show the four...

Parents: 15-minute lunch too short for kids

MARIA GIBBS

December 13, 2010

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Students at Horn Elementary filed into the lunch room at 11:15 a.m. on a Thursday morning, sitting down to eat with their winter coats still on. Chewing their food at a fast pace, the children ate only what time allowed, often...

Some question effectiveness of campus smoking ban

LAUREN WRETMAN - SPECIAL TO THE DAILY IOWAN

December 13, 2010

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University of Iowa freshman Will Tapella said he smokes a pack of cigarettes a day โ€” and he usually lights up outside Burge Residence Hall. While smoking is banned on the University of Iowa campus, the 19-year-old said he...

High-tech treasure hunting comes to IC

ALISON SULLIVAN

December 13, 2010

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There's treasure hidden in City Park. On Sunday afternoon, University of Iowa students Christine Wagner and John Clark braved the frigid weather and huddled over her iPhone, contemplating the coordinates to the hidden item โ€”...

Studying marathon for UI finals week

ARIANA WITT

December 13, 2010

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Tori Garifo sat in a green chair on the third floor of the University of Iowa Main Library on Sunday around 5:30 p.m., marking almost six-straight hours of working on her research methods in psychology paper. But dressed in a...

First large snowfall causes few problems

ALLIE WRIGHT

December 13, 2010

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Veteran Iowans may not have considered this past weekend's weather out of the ordinary, but California native Layla Pena was nervous as she drove around Iowa City. The University of Iowa sophomore said the slick roads made her...

Spotlight: Graduating senior started Pizza With Your Professor

NINA EARNEST

December 13, 2010

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Dana Judas wants to lead a revolt. After both studying and working in the English-Philosophy Building, the English major built up a love-hate relationship with the facility. "I'm going to stage a coup in the name of all...

Coralville man charged with helping to steal $50,000

DI STAFF

December 13, 2010

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A Coralville man was charged with aiding and abetting the burglary of $50,000 in property from an Iowa City home. Wally Patheuangsin, 19, of Coralville was charged Dec. 8 with aiding and abetting first-degree theft and third-degree...

Itoh sentencing delayed

DI STAFF

December 13, 2010

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The sentencing of a University of Iowa assistant professor guilty of assault causing bodily injury has been continued. Toshiki Itoh, 47, was found guilty on two counts of assault causing bodily injury in October following incidents...

Restitution hearing reset in home invasion case

DI STAFF

December 13, 2010

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A restitution hearing has been reset for a Marshalltown man who pleaded guilty to riot in a home invasion. Randon J. Hill, 20, was originally charged with first-degree burglary joint criminal conduct, first-degree robbery joint...

Men’s hoops sluggish in second half against Iowa State

IAN MARTIN

December 13, 2010

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Iowa jumped out to an early lead, but played from behind for most of the second half on Dec. 10, eventually falling to Iowa State, 75-72. In what many players dubbed the best atmosphere they've ever played in at Carver-Hawkeye...

The (re)birth of Brommer

SETH ROBERTS

December 13, 2010

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In more ways than one, Iowa's loss to Iowa State on Dec. 10 was a game out of Bizarro World. Obvious traveling violations went uncalled. Cyclone star Diante Garrett, averaging 17 points on the season, shot 1-of-14 in the first...