The Daily Iowan

Deloitte proposes major structural shifts at UI

CHRIS HIGGINS

October 2, 2014

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Hundreds of job positions could vanish at Iowa universities, resulting in millions of dollars saved if recent recommendations to the state Board of Regents were to go into effect. Representatives from Deloitte Consulting, which...

Students organize rally against debt

NICHOLAS MOFFITT

October 2, 2014

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A group of University of Iowa students is reacting to comments from University of Iowa President Sally Mason and Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad, saying they believe officials do not understand today’s student debt. “Student...

Iowa City workshop discusses housing

RACHEL GREEN

October 2, 2014

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The Iowa Valley Habitat for Humanity is making an effort to improve affordable housing options in the Johnson County area, and it is including locals in the discussion. One conversation started Thursday during the workshop “Affordable...

Guests and students at the UI address Ebola

AARON WALKER

October 2, 2014

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How to keep Ebola contained in Dallas may be the talk of the nation this week. Here on the University of Iowa campus, however, a world-renowned epidemiologist suggested the real challenge is not on U.S. soil, but rather in western...

Large supply mean low crop prices

KAITLIN DEWULF

October 2, 2014

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Iowa farmers forecast one of the largest corn and soybean harvests in the past decade this season, resulting in declining crop prices and farmland values — something some local farmers said could cause future profit strains. ...

UI hosted a documentary about Huntington’s diseases

ALYSSA GUZMAN

October 2, 2014

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Kristin Powers, a junior at Stanford University, documented her journey while undergoing genetic testing for Huntington’s disease and shared her story with University of Iowa students and staff in order to bring a greater...

UI lab successfully tests unmanned aerial technology in Iowa skies

BEN MARKS

October 2, 2014

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An A36 Bonanza—a small six-seat airplane—has successfully flown high above the skies of Iowa City with no one piloting it — at least not in the cockpit. Last week the University of Iowa’s Operator Performance...

Iowa football team welcomes bye week

JACOB SHEYKO

October 2, 2014

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It’s a rare occurrence when a bye week happens at just the right time. Coaches always claim it does, because when is an extra week of preparation and rest ever a nuisance? For several reasons, Iowa’s first b...

Hawks appear deep, talented

JACOB SHEYKO

October 2, 2014

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How do you replace Devyn Marble? That’s the question facing the Iowa men’s basketball team heading into the 2014-15 season. How do you replace a player who averaged 17 points per game? A first team All-Big selection,...

Uthoff talks weight, shooting

DANNY PAYNE

October 2, 2014

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Jarrod Uthoff is a lanky guy. Iowa fans know it, he knows it, and head coach Fran McCaffery knows it. He’s listed as 6-9, 210 pounds, but after a summer of lifting and trying to gain weight, he said he currently weighs in...

Iowa preps for Ball State

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

October 2, 2014

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The Iowa field-hockey team has played one of the toughest schedules in the country this season. Slated No. 7 in the latest RPI rankings, the Black and Gold have taken on such powerhouses as North Carolina, Virginia, Wake Forest,...

Women’s golf ready for Finkbine

COURTNEY BAUMANN

October 2, 2014

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Home course has always had its advantages, and the Iowa women’s golf team hopes this will continue to be true when the second Diane Thomason Invitational kicks off at Finkbine Golf Course on Saturday. Receiving its name...