The Daily Iowan

Combining classics and mathematics

MEGAN SANCHEZ

November 4, 2013

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Numbers are a part of every human’s life. Telling time, the date on the calendar, and dialing the phone all require human numeracy. But where did all of these concepts come from in the first place? Classics Assistant Professor...

Tree Huggers returns to Iowa City for second year

MEGAN DEPPE

November 4, 2013

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With cold weather moving in, the trees of Iowa City have very little to worry about. They are being wrapped in their sweaters for the coming winter. The Tree Huggers Project has returned for its second year with added di...

School officials discuss social media bullying

LILY ABROMEIT

November 4, 2013

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With the rapid growth of technology reaching the hands of youths early on, and a majority of students reporting being victims of cyberbullying, Iowa City School District officials are continuing to address the issue in the hopes...

Gov. Branstad opens prisons funded by debt

JAKE MCCULLEY

November 4, 2013

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Gov. Terry Branstad cut the ribbons at two new prison facilities last week. Although he disapproved of their funding, many Democratic leaders supported it. Together, the prisons cost a total of $217 million. The money for these...

Ottawa, Iowa, woman allegedly drove while intoxicated

DI STAFF

November 4, 2013

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An Ottawa, Ill., woman has been accused of driving while intoxicated. Lindsay Hellman, 29, was charged Oct. 31 with third-offense OWI. According to an Iowa City police complaint, Hellman was reported to authorities as possibly...

Iowa City patient at University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics broke safety glass in fit of anger

DI STAFF

November 4, 2013

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An Iowa City patient at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics has been accused of breaking a safety glass in a fit of anger. Kathleen Brown, 29, was charged Oct. 30 with second-degree criminal mischief. According to a...

Cedar Rapids woman took four savings bonds from home

DI STAFF

November 4, 2013

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A Cedar Rapids woman allegedly took four savings bonds from a victim’s home. Daphne Wadley, 35, was charged Sept. 20 with second-degree theft. According to an Iowa City police complaint, officers were called to the victim’s...

Three local men charged with bootlegging

DI STAFF

November 4, 2013

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Three Iowa man have been accused of bootlegging large amounts of alcohol. Kang Lee, 23, Iowa City, Pengfei Sun, 23, Coralville, and Han Junhyuk, 22, Mount Ayr, Iowa, were charged Sunday with bootlegging. According to an Iowa...

UI officials voice concerns over email scams

DI STAFF

November 4, 2013

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Seemingly legitimate emails have been sent out recently by an online data thief to University of Iowa students’ Hawkmail accounts. Using key phrases that would normally appear in an authentic UI message, the email strives...

Despite its valiant defensive effort, Iowa fell to No. 24 Wisconsin 28-9

RYAN PROBASCO

November 4, 2013

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Early on in Iowa’s 28-9 loss to Wisconsin, it seemed as if the Hawkeye offense was starting every drive with advantageous field position. Because of the Black and Gold’s stout defense and wind conditions that limited Wisco...

First timers struggle in Iowa exhibition

BEN ROSS

November 4, 2013

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Put yourself in Jarrod Uthoff’s shoes for a second here. The former Mr. Basketball in the state of Iowa redshirted at Wisconsin as a freshman in 2011. Last year, Uthoff transferred back to his home-state school but was f...

Doolittle, Dixon lead Hawkeyes in 92-68 exhibition win over Concordia-St. Paul

MATT CABEL

November 4, 2013

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If there was one thing to take away from Iowa women’s basketball’s 92-68 exhibition win over Concordia-St. Paul, it’s that everyone on the roster will be required to do a little bit of everything. Centers wil...