The Daily Iowan

Smoking policies on the UI campus go unnoticed

ALYSSA GUZMAN

October 21, 2014

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University of Iowa freshman Jack Freihage doesn’t see the harm in smoking on campus. “If I want to smoke a cig, and no one else is around, I’m going to smoke a cig,” he said. Thus far this year, there ha...

UI Senior Vice President and Treasurer to retire in 2015

RACHEL GREEN

October 21, 2014

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The University of Iowa community will see new faces in the roles of senior vice president and treasurer in January 2015. Doug True, who has held the two positions since 1991 and 1988, respectively, will retire from the UI early...

Candidates for legislature and supervisor seats gathered to discuss relevant issues

ALYSSA GUZMAN

October 21, 2014

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Johnson County Board of Supervisors candidates addressed primary issues for the county prior to the upcoming election, specifically the courthouse annex and education during the last public forum on the issues. Supervisors Janelle...

It’s on Us official on campus

DANIEL VALENTIN

October 21, 2014

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Student leaders have taken a stance against the way sexual assault is discussed on campus, along with 200 other colleges and universities. The University of Iowa Student Government passed a bill Tuesday to lend support to the...

Flood Center expands sensor networks

BEN MARKS

October 21, 2014

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This coming spring, when snow melts and rising waters threaten Iowa homes and communities, more Iowans than ever will be able to receive advanced warnings and move possessions out of the way. However, businesses in Iowa City,...

Programs on campus make efforts for sustainability

GRACE PATERAS

October 21, 2014

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Opportunities to calculate carbon footprints, learn about environmentally friendly eating habits, and receive advice on how to decrease energy use will be available for University of Iowa students this week. Today is Campus Sustainability...

Emerald Ash Borer coming soon

NICK MOFFITT

October 21, 2014

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Iowa City will gear up in the coming seasons to stop the emerald ash borer from infesting Johnson County. The Iowa City City Council heard a presentation Tuesday from the city Forestry Department about the impending problems...

Plenty of options at shooting guard

DANNY PAYNE

October 21, 2014

Filed under Sports

The last time Iowa basketball fans saw their team on the court, some of the team’s contributions came from an unfamiliar player. Peter Jok hadn’t scored double-digit points in 21 games, dating back to nonconference...

Ferentz Notebook: Iowa prepares for running-back gauntlet

CODY GOODWIN

October 21, 2014

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Iowa football coach Kirk Ferentz was adamant about fixing his team’s rush defense during its bye week. In each of their last two games, the Hawkeyes gave up 200-plus rushing yards after allowing an average of fewer than...

Big Ten Notebook: Pelini’s upset again, part II

JACOB SHEYKO

October 21, 2014

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When the Associated Press released college football’s top-25 rankings on Sunday, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Alabama, and Auburn were all ranked among the top-five. It was the first time in college football history where...

Klostermann key to Iowa’s success

KYLE MANN

October 21, 2014

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Alyssa Klostermann entered the season as the incumbent starter as Iowa’s setter, and she led the team in assists entering an Oct. 3 match against Ohio State. That’s what made her sudden removal from the starting lineup...

College golf recruiting is an interesting landscape

COURTNEY BAUMANN

October 21, 2014

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The four freshmen on the Iowa women’s golf team come from different backgrounds, and they took different paths to become Hawkeyes. Those four are just a fraction of the large talent pool the Hawkeyes choose from when ...