The Daily Iowan

Project 1105 fully operational

LINDSEY DRILLING

September 7, 2014

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After two years of construction and planning, the 1105 Project is now fully operational. The project had its first open house in October 2013 and celebrated a grand opening with a ribbon cutting on Sunday. The building will ...

UI Prison Projects Coalition stages symposium

MITCH MCANDREW

September 7, 2014

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After three months of planning, University of Iowa officials as well as state officials gathered to present various prison projects. The first Incarcerated in Iowa symposium, which was held in the University Capitol Center ...

UI REACH strives to combat unemployment

NICK MOFFITT

September 7, 2014

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For those with a disability, the barrier to getting a job can be getting past the fear of the unknown, said one University of Iowa official. Deb Larson, the internship coordinator at the UI REACH Program, said programs such as...

Emergency medicine department celebrates 10 years

MICHAEL KADRIE

September 7, 2014

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The state of Iowa’s only emergency-medicine residency is celebrating its 10th anniversary. Residents in the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics’ program hone their skills in the stabilization, management, diagnosis,...

Affordable-housing proposal to be reviewed by federal agency

ALEKSANDRA VUJICIC

September 7, 2014

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A proposal to allow low-income individuals the chance to reside downtown in high-rise condos is still being reviewed. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development will examine a proposal for Iowa City to purchase five...

Local business owners react to CVS change

BEN MARKS

September 7, 2014

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CVS has finally gone cold turkey. More than a month earlier than planned, CVS Caremark announced it finally removed the last cigarettes and other tobacco products from its shelves, and with this change, Iowa City residents are...

Butterfly population dwindling in Iowa

DANIELLE SCHAEFER

September 7, 2014

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The monarch-butterfly population has experienced a sharp decline over the last decade, and people both nationally and in Iowa have taken notice. “They’ve dropped down by more than 90 percent, and most of that drop...

The Wedge to close this fall

AARON WALKER

September 7, 2014

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A Pedestrian Mall’s popular food and study spot, the Wedge, 136 S. Dubuque St., announced this past weekend it will close when it asked out of its lease with the city. Little else has been announced about the closing of...

Senate hopeful follows own drummer

QUENTIN MISIAG

September 7, 2014

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On paper, Jim Bollard shares a few commonalities with the man he’s hoping to succeed in one of Iowa’s most populous Senate districts. An eye to inner-city neighborhood revitalization: check. A lengthy business background...

Running-game woes continue for Iowa

JACOB SHEYKO

September 7, 2014

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Midway through the third quarter, Iowa trailed Ball State, 13-3. Within the course of an 11-play, 59-yard drive, Iowa running backs Jordan Canzeri and Mark Weisman shared most of the carries. Canzeri and Weisman combined ...

Goodwin: Iowa is fortunate to be unbeaten

CODY GOODWIN

September 7, 2014

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This should be the beginning of a column about a winless football team. These words should go into detail about how a season once full of promise is all but over. This should be the beginning of a countdown to the start of the...

Soccer beats Colorado State, falls to Iowa State

JORDAN HANSEN

September 7, 2014

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After starting off a two-game road trip with a painful loss to Iowa State, the Hawkeye soccer team rebounded nicely to thoroughly thump Colorado State Sunday. Things started nicely enough for the Hawkeyes in Ames as sophomore...