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Historical campus building undergoes changes

LILY ABROMEIT

October 21, 2013

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Rounding the corner onto Clinton Street a few short months ago would have presented a much different scene than the one that now inhabits the land behind the sign reading “Dey House Writer’s Workshop.” Th...

Councilor running for re-election

REBECCA MORIN

October 21, 2013

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After years of helping run the family shop, one local business owner hopes to continue to serve his hometown’s government to further commercial growth in the area. “I’m really looking for more economic de...

UI Children’s Hospital unveils new features

JAKE MCCULLEY

October 21, 2013

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Brightly colored rooms and natural scenery will be the newest updates released for the University of Iowa Children’s Hospital. The Children’s Hospital held an open house Monday to release updated information about...

Climate changes pose risk to Iowa’s agriculture

GABRIELLA DUNN

October 21, 2013

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Experts from numerous colleges and universities across Iowa believe climate change will continue to play a pivotal role in the state’s agriculture. A statement was released Oct. 18 by a group of leading Iowa scien...

IMU shows film addressing technology’s impact in sexualization

GRETA MEYLE

October 21, 2013

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In an age in which technology continually seizes a greater hold on everyday tasks, a recent documentary explores whether sexuality is becoming more prevalent among new generations. Local organizations presented Sexy Baby — a do...

Dance Marathon hosts first ever guest lecture

MEGAN DEPPE

October 21, 2013

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Along with its widely known “Big Event,” Dance Marathon hosts several events throughout the year — and this past week marked its first-ever student lecture. On Monday evening, Dance Marathon hosted a lecture...

Coralville man charged after damaging car

DI STAFF

October 21, 2013

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A Coralville man has been accused of damaging a car. Conor Kelly, 19, was charged Sunday with second-degree criminal mischief. According to an Iowa City police complaint, officers arrived at the intersection of Davenport and...

Manchester teen agrees to guilty plea in murder of grandparents

DI STAFF

October 21, 2013

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A Manchester, Iowa, teenager agreed to plead guilty Monday to two charges of first-degree murder, according to the Associated Press. Isaiah Sweet’s trial ended before the defense called any witnesses. Sweet, 18, was charged...

Commentary: No. 18 Hawkeyes on the upswing as season winds down

DANNY PAYNE

October 21, 2013

Filed under Sports

Seven. No, it’s not George Costanza’s unborn child, it’s the grade Dani Hemeon and Niki Schultheis gave their team on a scale of 1-10 before their most recent victories over Ohio State and Miami. However, after defeating...

Belief in each other key in Hawks first Big Ten victory

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

October 21, 2013

Filed under Sports

The Iowa volleyball team earned its first conference victory of the season when it defeated Indiana, 3-2, on Oct. 19, and while a notch in the win column is nice, the moral victory the team gained really has them buzzing. After...

Iowa’s King, Duzey honored following loss to Ohio State

DI STAFF

October 21, 2013

Filed under Sports

First-year cornerback Desmond King and sophomore tight end Jake Duzey received recognition following their performances in Iowa’s 34-24 loss to Ohio State on Oct. 19. King was named Big Ten Freshman of the Week, and Duzey...

Editorial: Study abroad is not for everyone

DI EDITORIAL BOARD

October 21, 2013

Filed under Opinions

For better or worse, globalization is an unstoppable force that will lead to giant economic upheavals, complete with its own set of winners and losers. To keep students on the winning side of globalization, universities around...