The Daily Iowan

Hillary’s Iowa

KRISTEN EAST

September 11, 2014

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Turn a few chapters back in Hillary Rodham Clinton’s political career, and you’ll find her on a stage, flanked by throngs of Iowans chanting her name and hoisting “Ready for Hillary” signs high above their...

Branstad touts higher education plan at UI

BRENT GRIFFITHS

September 11, 2014

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Gov. Terry Branstad said Wednesday he would wait to weigh in on a state Board of Regents’ proposal that would spare the University of Iowa funding cuts. “We will have to wait until we get the December revenue estimate to decid...

Braver than Brave

REBECCA MORIN

September 11, 2014

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At just 10-years old, Faith LeMaster mirrors Princess Merida from Disney’s Brave โ€” and not just with her long, red locks. Faith will take the field on Saturday for the Iowa-Iowa State football game as the next Kid Captain....

Supervisors aim to revise zoning regulations

CHRISTIAN HAHN

September 11, 2014

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Johnson County Supervisor Rod Sullivan wants to revise the regulations for the zoning of minor subdivisions that contain three or fewer lots. He said he wants to make these changes because they do not have to adhere to regulations...

New committee approved by GPSG

RACHEL GREEN

September 11, 2014

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The University of Iowa Graduate and Professional Student Government will implement the International Student Advisory Board, a panel designed to make international students feel welcome on campus. The board will be run in collaboration...

Low-wage workers in Johnson County speak out

KAITLIN DEWULF

September 11, 2014

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Low-wage workers in Johnson County say they have had enough. So the Iowa City chapter of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations partnered with the Center for Worker Justice of Eastern Iowa Thursday...

UI honors new fellows

NICK MOFFITT

September 11, 2014

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Outstanding contributions to their field of expertise, society, and professions, mixed with a dedication to the University of Iowa, are some of the criteria used to decide selections for the University of Iowa Alumni Fellows. Now...

Locals discus ISIS

MICHAEL KADRIE

September 11, 2014

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Dozens of members of the Iowa City and University of Iowa communities, guided by a handful of expert panelists, met Thursday to have a frank conversation about America’s role in the Middle East. The University of Iowa...

C-SPAN bus arrives at Iowa

DAN RENNER

September 11, 2014

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On the third stop during its Big Ten tour, the C-SPAN Bus allowed University of Iowa students to board and learn about national politics, history, and nonfiction books for a day. “The purpose of our being here is to let...

Iowa hopes running woes end against Cyclones

CODY GOODWIN

September 11, 2014

Filed under Sports

Here in Iowa City, the issue through the first two weeks of the football season has been an uncharacteristic one: The Hawkeyes haven’t had too much success running the ball. But 137 miles west, the worry is almost the exact...

Iowa shuts out Illinois 2-0

JORDAN HANSEN

September 11, 2014

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After a late collapse against Iowa State on Sept. 5 and a near disaster against Butler on Sept. 1, the Hawkeyes’ play late in games left something to be desired. On Thursday night, that was not the case for the soccer...

Hawks counting on senior performers in South Dakota

KYLE MANN

September 11, 2014

Filed under Sports

The Iowa volleyball team is taking a trip for the third-straight week, heading to Brookings, South Dakota, to compete in the South Dakota State University Challenge. This will be the most intense weekend thus far โ€” the 4-2 Hawkeyes...