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Graduate College seeks diverse population

LILY ABROMEIT

November 7, 2013

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After receiving their undergraduate education, students have a choice: remaining on the campus they have inhabited for the last four years or traveling to a new university. Officials in the University of Iowa Graduate College...

Dance Marathon hosts 100 days out event

GRETA MEYLE

November 7, 2013

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Laughter echoed across the floor of the IMU Main Ballroom as ’90s music resonated from blaring speakers. Bright neon windbreakers, scrunchie hairdos, and most importantly, a sea of lime green peppered the dance floor on...

ICCSD releases revised facilities timeline

REBECCA MORIN

November 7, 2013

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The 59-year-old Hoover Elementary may retire sooner than expected. After recent public reaction, Iowa City School District administrators released a revision of the 10-year facilities plan timeline on Thursday. The proposal will...

Johnson County officials split on LEED certification for Secondary Roads

DANIEL SEIDL

November 7, 2013

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Despite a history of excellence in sustainability, Johnson County officials are unsure about whether a new county building will follow this trend. Plans are almost finished for the more than $3 million Johnson County secondary-roads...

Iowa still sending juveniles to prison

ABIGAIL MEIER

November 7, 2013

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Within the past few decades, 22 states around the nation have adjusted their laws to help prevent juveniles from being tried as adults to enhance their chances at better lives. Iowa is not one of those states, and officials say...

Carving a legend: The 500th game at Carver-Hawkeye Arena

BEN ROSS

November 7, 2013

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Even though the record books say otherwise, Greg Stokes claims he scored the first basket ever at Carver-Hawkeye Arena. "We would go over to the site periodically to see the construction," Iowa basketball's third-le...

Carving a legend: All-Carver team

DI STAFF

November 7, 2013

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Let the arguing stop here. The Daily Iowan reached out to some of its former staffers to compile the quintessential all-Carver-Hawkeye starting basketball teams. The DI polled the following people, and the composition of picks can be f...

St. John, Ramos begin road back to the NCAAs

CODY GOODWIN

November 7, 2013

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One Iowa wrestler finished last season with a win. Another finished with a loss. One of them came home a national champion, and the other came up 3 points short. Tony Ramos and Derek St. John were the last two Hawkeye wrestlers...

Hawkeyes will be tested early and often

JACOB SHEYKO

November 7, 2013

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If the Iowa women’s basketball team was hoping to ease into the season, then the players are in for a surprise. The Hawkeyes have not only scheduled several quality teams for their nonconference schedule, they have scheduled...

No. 20 Hawkeyes win first round of Big Ten tourney

DANNY PAYNE

November 7, 2013

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All it took was one. One meeting before the game. One pass from Natalie Cafone. One shot from Stephanie Norlander. One goal to give No. 20 Iowa a first-round victory over No. 18 Michigan. “We got together as a team before...

Men’s hoops set to begin highly anticipated season

RYAN PROBASCO

November 7, 2013

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After all of the preseason speculation and hope of a possible NCAA Tournament run, the Iowa men’s basketball team is finally set to take the court in a meaningful game. Up first for the Hawkeyes is North Carolina-Wilmington,...

Iowa’s chance to return to the bowling alley

BEN ROSS

November 7, 2013

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Here it, is, everyone. The game that is going to separate the men from the boys. With five wins, the Iowa football team finds itself just one football victory away from returning to the bastion of bowldom, and it couldn’t...