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Goodall visits campus

MICHELLE NGO

March 10, 2014

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Carver-Hawkeye Arena remained silent as the guest speaker began her lecture with a brief history behind unique greeting calls among chimpanzees. She then offered her own chimpanzee-like greeting call with “ooos” and...

Reiland to lead Daily Iowan

CHRIS HIGGINS

March 10, 2014

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Tucked away in a file cabinet is the first article Jordyn Reiland wrote for The Daily Iowan. She covered the 2011 freshman convocation and quoted a student who “long knew” she wanted to attend UI. Little did Reil...

Cancer briefing focuses on HPV

LILY ABROMEIT

March 10, 2014

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Experts in the oncology field met in an annual cancer briefing on Monday to discuss the cancer growth in Iowa. Officials predict more than 17,000 new cases of cancer will arise in Iowa in 2014. Additionally, researchers focused...

States set for egg fight

DANIEL SEIDL

March 10, 2014

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An egg lawsuit is hatching in the United States, and half a dozen states have joined the cause. Iowa officials say the effect of the law would hurt Iowa farmers by regulating their egg production, which could affect the price...

Winter snags county project

CARTER CRANBERG

March 10, 2014

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Frigid temperatures and a longer-than-anticipated winter may cause snags for one Johnson County construction plan. Construction on a new Secondary Roads Facility, 4810 Melrose Ave., to replace the facility that burned in a fire...

Vets may get help in budget proposal

DI STAFF

March 10, 2014

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Iowa veteran groups say in order to accommodate veterans’ needs, they will have to address several issues — including homelessness and mental health. President Obama proposed a $163.9 billion budget for the Veterans Affairs...

District prepares for worst

MEGAN DEPPE

March 10, 2014

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Shimek Elementary School features murals on nearly every wall. Balloons adorn the hallway, and children’s drawings serve as wallpaper. But on Monday night, Iowa City School District officials and a local police offi...

Former Hawk football player sues state

DI STAFF

March 10, 2014

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A former Hawkeye football player is suing the state of Iowa alleging negligence related to medical complications from off-season workouts, according to court documents. William Lowe was diagnosed with rhabdomyolysis in January...

Man who drove into Scheels sentenced

DI STAFF

March 10, 2014

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An Iowa City man was sentenced to 17 years in prison on Monday. Joseph Moreno, 24, crashed a car into the Coral Ridge Mall Scheels store while intoxicated and attempted to burgle the store in December 2012. Before crashing his...

Skorton to head Smithsonian

DI STAFF

March 10, 2014

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A former University of Iowa president has been named the secretary of the Smithsonian Institute. Skorton will replace the current secretary Wayne Clough, who will retire. The Smithsonian consists of 19 museums and nine resea...

Woman faces endangerment, drug charges

DI STAFF

March 10, 2014

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Authorities have accused a local woman of keeping meth and marijuana in areas within her 6-year-old son’s reach. Caryn Freeman, 27, was charged Sunday with possession of a controlled substance, child endangerment, knowingly...

The case for Brody Grothus

CODY GOODWIN

March 10, 2014

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When Brody Grothus opened his Big Ten tournament with a second-period pin in Madison this past weekend, the Black and Gold contingent in the Kohl Center stood in applause. Grothus, the fourth 149-pounder Iowa has sent to the conference...