The Daily Iowan

Currier turns 100

MITCH MCANDREW

September 1, 2014

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As a campus icon and fixture of the community, Currier boasts a rich heritage and fascinating history that reflects that of the university as a whole. “There isn’t a single alum who didn’t have Currier and other...

North Side Marketplace undergoes numerous projects

BEN MARKS

September 1, 2014

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Iowa City’s North Side Marketplace will see some fresh residents and businesses soon. North Side Commons, at the intersection of Linn and Bloomington Streets, along with 211 N. Linn St., are two construction projects unde...

Gateway project faces potential changes

NICK MOFFITT

September 1, 2014

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After some proposed small changes to design elements in the Gateway Project, the east side of Dubuque Street will likely get a sidewalk of its own. At today’s meeting, the council will discuss a resolution to add a sidewalk...

UI senior to become Marine officer upon graduation

ALEKSANDRA VUJICIC

September 1, 2014

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Jessi Wieck begins her day at 5 a.m. Her iHome, set to volume 20, is the only thing loud enough to wake her up. Just a few months ago, Wieck was accustomed to jolting from her bunk as a drill instructor unlocking the doors to...

Slater student involved in evacuation under prolonged investigation

KAITLIN DEWULF

September 1, 2014

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The investigation into the University of Iowa student who was hospitalized with reported overdose symptoms, resulting in an evacuation of Slater Residence Hall on Aug. 24, may be a lengthy process, according to officials Dan...

Harrison Street could be paved

CHRISTIAN HAHN

September 1, 2014

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Harrison Street could see some structural changes in the coming year. The city plans to reconstruct the brick street next year, but if Johnson County’s courthouse-annex bond referendum passes, the county will seek to acquire...

UI Faculty Council to discuss new technology

ALYSSA GUZMAN

September 1, 2014

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A new technology created to ensure instructors are able to remain in control of their educational content and data may come to the University of Iowa. The UI is considering jumping on board with Unizin. Today, the Faculty Council...

Why Rudock doesn’t deserve the criticism

JACOB SHEYKO

September 1, 2014

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“I feel like he has no trust in our receivers.” Former Iowa receiver Marvin McNutt tweeted that out midway through the Hawkeyes’ 31-23 win over Northern Iowa on Aug. 30. He was critiquing quarterback Jake Rudock’s...

Iowa escapes Butler 3-2

JORDAN HANSEN

September 1, 2014

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When senior Melanie Pickert put Iowa up 3-1 in the 68th minute, fans started to leave, assuming that the rest of the match would consist of the Hawks playing glorified keep-away in an effort to chew the rest of clock and secure...

Transfer finding transition easy

JORDAN HANSEN

September 1, 2014

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Being the new player on the team is never easy, but it sure helps when you happen to be a dynamic midfielder and defender who can bring solid game to a team in a transition between coaches looking for some help. Meet sophomore...

Creating a home

SHELBY STITES

September 1, 2014

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They say home is where the heart is — in that case, you will find freshman cross-country runner Marta Bote González’s heart in Mérida, Spain, where she grew up with a passion for running. Her coach, Francisco Rivero...

Field hockey splits in North Carolina

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

September 1, 2014

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The Iowa field-hockey team split its first two games of the season when the Hawkeyes opened the 2014 season in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge. The Black and Gold defeated No. 11 Wake Forrest, 4-1, on...