The Daily Iowan

‘The Stare’ still hungry

CODY GOODWIN

March 13, 2014

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Long before Tony Ramos became an Iowa fan favorite — before the 115 victories, the 36 pins, the All-American honors and, more recently, a Big Ten title — he was a 4-year-old running across the street to grab a now-forgot...

100 years of solicitude

MICHELLE NGO

March 13, 2014

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Philip Hubbard, the first African American professor at the University of Iowa, spent more than 50 years dedicating his life to educating, researching, and administrating. Duke Slater, an Illinois native, played football for...

University initiative sees substantial growth

CARTER CRANBERG

March 13, 2014

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Students are trading in textbooks and homework for shovels and paintbrushes. What started as a small program in the University of Iowa School of Urban and Regional Planning has rapidly ballooned into a diverse field, not only...

City expects typical year for potholes

CHRIS HIGGINS

March 13, 2014

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The sun is shining, snow is melting, and Iowa City residents are driving over the newly revealed potholes. City officials predict workers will need to fill around 3,500 potholes as the weather continues to change. Three crews...

Officials worry sex offenders are being passed between universities

BRIANNA JETT

March 13, 2014

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In the wake of increased pressure on the University of Iowa to remove sexual offenders from campus, there are concerns the offenders are simply being shuttled to another campus — and that the UI is unknowingly receiving offenders...

Group presents benefits of meditation

IAN MURPHY

March 13, 2014

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Keeping refreshed during midterms is a near impossible task for students, and one local group is offering a way to help students reinvigorate themselves. “As students, we go from one thing to the next to the next,”...

The case of the disappearing Hawks

RYAN PROBASCO

March 13, 2014

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INDIANAPOLIS — “What the hell just happened here?” Roy Marble Sr. said puzzled as his son’s Hawkeyes fled the floor following their demoralizing 67-62 loss to Northwestern in the opening round of the Big Te...

Hawkeyes bounced from Big Ten Tournament by Northwestern

JACOB SHEYKO

March 13, 2014

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INDIANAPOLIS — Before the Big Ten Tournament, doubt had begun to creep into the minds of Iowa men’s basketball fans. They no longer saw a team that could make a deep tournament run; instead, they saw one clinging to ...

Wooldrik back in town

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

March 13, 2014

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As an outfielder for the Hawkeyes from 2003-07, Matt Wooldrik started 44 games his senior season, hitting .323 with 22 runs and 22 RBIs. Now, in his first year as director of baseball operations, he is one of those respo...

K-State sweep serves as wake-up call

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

March 13, 2014

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Last weekend, the Iowa baseball team went into a three-game series against Kansas State sitting comfortably at 9-1, its best start in more than 70 years.  It wasn’t enough. The Black and Gold dropped three straight to...

Men’s gymnastics finds new ways to connect with fans

JACK ROSSI

March 13, 2014

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The Iowa men’s gymnastics team is trying out new ways to reach out its audience, and the most recent idea involves Go Pro cameras and Twitter. “We’re just trying to get the audience and the fans a little more...

Iowa triple jumper set to compete in NCAA Championships in New Mexico

JORDAN HANSEN

March 13, 2014

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As the NCAA track indoor championships get set to begin in Albuquerque, N.M., one Hawkeye will once again be thrust into the spotlight. Sophomore Klyvens Delauny is the only Hawkeye who qualified for the Indoor National Championships...