The Daily Iowan

UI Hawkeye Caucus sends personal notifications to Iowa Legislators

ABIGAIL MEIER

December 11, 2013

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University of Iowa Hawkeye Caucus gathered on Wednesday to encourage students to personally contact Iowa legislators to renew the tuition freeze for in-state undergraduate students for a second year. “I think we can all...

ITS combats email phishing attack

GRETA MEYLE

December 11, 2013

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The University of Iowa Information Technology Services is intensifying security systems and awareness after the recent surfacing of an email “phishing” attack on UI faculty. A phishing attack is an email that strives...

Hoover Elementary closing fall 2019

JACOB MCCULLEY

December 11, 2013

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Parents, teachers, and students of Hoover Elementary have proudly maintained their “Save Hoover” protest effort for nearly a year. Their goal: to persuade the Iowa City School Board not to close the doors of Hoover...

County officials support increased fuel tax

DANIEL SEIDL

December 11, 2013

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According to Johnson County officials, changes need to be made to keep the roads and bridges of the county in functioning condition. Improving roads and infrastructure is one of the top priorities for the Johnson County Board...

North Liberty man faces numerous charges

DI STAFF

December 11, 2013

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The Iowa City police report that a traffic stop has resulted in a North Liberty man facing many charges. Tyler Stewart, 23, was charged Wednesday with possession of a controlled substance in a vehicle, possession or distribution...

County officials met with North Liberty officials to help development

DI STAFF

December 11, 2013

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Johnson County officials met with North Liberty officials Wednesday afternoon to discuss a fringe-area policy agreement. The city of North Liberty has designated a fringe area within two miles of the city limits for the purpose...

County officials consider reform of cul de sac ordinance

DI STAFF

December 11, 2013

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Discussion on the topic of changing the county ordinance for cul-de-sac length and radius to facilitate fire prevention took place at a Wednesday afternoon meeting of the Johnson County officials. Eugene Beard, of the Johnson...

Tumblr draws attention to UI Library’s Special Collections blog

DI STAFF

December 11, 2013

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Social-media outlet Tumblr has named the University of Iowa Libraries Special Collections as a top-25 new and notable blogs of 2013. Colleen Theisen, an outreach and instruction librarian who manages the site, uses blog to avoid...

No. 3 Iowa set to rebound against Buffalo

DANNY PAYNE

December 11, 2013

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The last time we saw Tom Brands’ crew on the mat, the Hawks were lackluster, to say the least. The nation’s then-No. 1 team (according to InterMat) was in Edinboro taking on the Fighting Scots in McComb Field House...

No. 21 Iowa ready for road matchup with No. 17 Iowa State

JACOB SHEYKO

December 11, 2013

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Whenever the Iowa women’s basketball team suits up to play Iowa State, the game takes on a much larger significance. But for the first time since 2010, the No. 21 Hawkeyes’ matchup with No. 17 Iowa State will pit...

Basketball Notebook: McCaffery talks Iowa State, Oglesby return

BEN ROSS

December 11, 2013

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No. 23 Iowa and No. 17 Iowa State square off on Friday night in Ames, and this is the biggest Cy-Hawk matchup in recent memory. The last time both teams faced each other while ranked was back in December 1987, when Roy Marble...

Iowa selected to host three NCAA Championship Events in 2015-16

DI STAFF

December 11, 2013

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The University of Iowa was selected to host three NCAA championship events in 2015 and 2016, according to a release. In 2015, the Campus Recreation & Wellness Center will host the NCAA men’s swimming and diving championships...