The Daily Iowan

Iowa’s female entrepreneurs lag

LILY ABROMEIT

March 30, 2014

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While women all over the United States are opening the doors to their small shops and managing their own businesses, their counterparts in Iowa have not followed the national trend. Women in Iowa City and Cedar Rapids decided to...

Gateway nearing design phase

DANIEL SEIDL

March 30, 2014

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As the Iowa City City Council prepares to make a paramount decision on the Gateway Project, residents stress the effect the project could have on their lives. “The reason it’s important for our neighborhood is that...

UI officials address efficiency

IAN MURPHY

March 30, 2014

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University of Iowa officials, along with members of the state Board of Regents and representatives from Deloitte, an auditing and financial advisory firm, addressed public concern March 28 related to the efficiency study to be...

Carroll selected as new state GOP chair

KRISTEN EAST

March 30, 2014

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The Iowa GOP’s State Central Committee tapped two social conservatives this past weekend to lead the party forward, and the hope among many is that this transition in leadership will promote unity among Republicans. The...

RVAP expansion to launch ads

MICHELLE NGO

March 30, 2014

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Beginning in early April, residents in southeastern Iowa can expect to see a massive advertisement campaign from the Rape Victim Advocacy Program about its recent expansion to four additional counties: Des Moines, Henry, Lee,...

Hawkeyes drop series to Michigan

JACOB SHEYKO

March 30, 2014

Filed under Sports

The Iowa baseball team dropped two of their three games with Michigan this past weekend. And in process, the importance of the minute details in winning close games in the Big Ten reared its head. Iowa’s first matchup with ...

Men’s gymnasts disappear

JACK ROSSI

March 30, 2014

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Going into the 2014 season, nobody knew exactly what kind of team the Iowa men’s gymnastics team was. They were coming off a surprising fifth-place finish at the NCAA championships the year before but still, they were an unproven...

Iowa women’s tennis falls at home to Michigan State

ALEC CLASEN

March 30, 2014

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The Iowa women’s tennis team failed to close out its match with Michigan State Sunday, losing to the Spartans, 5-2, at home. After a stellar performance from the Hawkeye doubles teams, Iowa fell short in singles, handing...

Women’s track places third at Arizona State Invitational

DI STAFF

March 30, 2014

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The Iowa women’s track team placed third at the Arizona State Invitational on March 29 and 30 with 106 points. Host Arizona State took first place with 186 points, and Arizona came in second with 115. The Arizona State...

Hawkeyes finish second at eight-team Arizona State Invitational

DI STAFF

March 30, 2014

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The men’s outdoor track season began with success, and Iowa rode a strong showing by the field events to finish second in the Arizona State Invitational. Competition spanned March 28 and 29, with the hammer throw and javelin...

Iowa tennis falls on the road

DI STAFF

March 30, 2014

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The No. 71 Iowa men’s tennis team recorded two losses on the road this past weekend against No. 46 Michigan and Michigan State. Iowa dropped both matches, 5-2, to go 9-7 on the season. Against Michigan on March 29, the Wolverines...

Softball takes another Big Ten series

DI STAFF

March 30, 2014

Filed under Sports

The Iowa softball team won its second Big Ten series this past weekend beating Wisconsin in Madison, 2-1. The Hawkeyes improved to 9-15, 4-2 in the Big Ten, while Wisconsin drops to 16-14, 2-4 in the Big Ten. The team adjusted...