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Jewish fraternity comes to campus

MEGAN SANCHEZ

September 25, 2013

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Referencing “horror stories” resulting from fraternity pledging and hazing practices, University of Iowa freshman Jared Bohlmann had no intentions of joining a fraternity when he first arrived on campus this fall....

IC Library renovations completed soon

ABIGAIL MEIER

September 25, 2013

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While a 2-year-old bounces down the hallways of the Iowa City Public Library and a couple reads in the new magazine lounge, a loud humming comes from a drill as renovations continue. The library, 123 S. Linn St., is undergoing...

Iowa City’s private schools beginning to recover from recession

GABRIELLA DUNN

September 25, 2013

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While the Iowa City School District is one of the fastest growing district in the state, local private schools are just beginning to bounce back from a decline in enrollment following the recession. Iowa City has grown by more...

UI students oppose 21-ordinance

JULIA DAVIS

September 25, 2013

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Since being instituted in 2010, the 21-only ordinance has been a constant source of debate among local businesses, University of Iowa students, and government officials in Iowa City. The ordinance prohibits anyone under the...

Local group gauges public opinion on Justice Center

EMILY FRIESE

September 25, 2013

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The number of local elections that shot down a new justice center stands firmly at 2-0. With a public-interest survey in its second phase, there is a new opportunity to gain insight on the contentious topic. The current Johnson...

UI Tedx event in October

MICHELLE KIM

September 25, 2013

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A form of academic discussion that has swept the nation, TEDx, will make its first University of Iowa appearance next month. TEDx is a set of conferences that take place around the country. These events allow communities, organizations,...

Lime Days hit UI campus

DI STAFF

September 25, 2013

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At exactly 12:20 p.m. Wednesday, members of the University of Iowa Dance Marathon stripped their sweaters and coats โ€” revealing a sea of lime-green T-shirts โ€” and dominated the Pentacrest in a surprise flash mob. This event...

IC man charged after allegedly growing marijuana

DI STAFF

September 25, 2013

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An Iowa City man has been accused of growing marijuana. Michael Callahan, 36, was charged Tuesday with a controlled-substance violation. According to an Iowa City police complaint, members of the Johnson County Drug Task Force...

Special Teams

BEN ROSS

September 25, 2013

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There was a point in time where special teams appeared to be the bane of existence for the Iowa football team. Coverages seemed to get blown all the time. Special teamers didn’t stay in their lanes. Attempting an onside...

Volleyball committed to cutting down on errors

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

September 25, 2013

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Volleyball is a fast game. Volleys take place in rapid succession and at a lightning pace. As a result, the smallest slip-up or mental error can end up costing a team dearly, something the Iowa volleyball team knows all too...

Hawkeyes offensive stats lopsided

DANNY PAYNE

September 25, 2013

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Take a look at Iowa’s shots, goals, and penalty corners per half, and you will see some very lopsided numbers. Statistically, the first period has been a lot slower than the second. As far as shots go, the No. 14 Hawkeyes...

Lacasse and Catrell leading Hawks offensively

JACOB SHEYKO

September 25, 2013

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Looking into a box score after an Iowa soccer match, one is bound to find Iowa forwards Cloe Lacasse and Ashley Catrell involved in some scoring play. The two forwards were the driving force behind Iowa’s attack las...