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UI forges ahead with bioprinting research

KAITLIN DEWULF

November 11, 2014

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Bioprinting research is state of the art at the University of Iowa — and a new university study shows it will continue to pave the way for tissue engineering. The UI Mechanical and Industrial Department established a bioprinting...

Panel discusses veterans’ healthcare

CORY PORTER

November 11, 2014

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University of Iowa officials gathered with veterans in honor of Veterans Day, focusing on the future of veteran health care. “[Healthcare is an] extremely important topic and how we respond to the people that serve our count...

Local school districts to consider installing external bus cameras

BEN MARKS

November 11, 2014

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At the beginning of the current school year, the Iowa City School District addressed a problem — the large number of motorists ignoring the extended stop-sign arm. The district decided to install an external camera on...

High school students can look forward to gaining college credit

GRACE PATERAS

November 11, 2014

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Instead of attending high-school classes all day, starting next fall, some Iowa City students will spend part of their day attending community college. The Kirkwood Regional Center, opening in fall of 2015, will offer a variety...

Christine Grant stresses sex equality

COURTNEY BAUMANN

November 11, 2014

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Nearly 50 people filed into a room in the Lindquist Learning Center on Tuesday to listen to Christine Grant discuss “The Politics of Sport” as a part of the University of Iowa College of Education’s Distinguished...

New major track wraps up first semester

CHRIS HIGGINS

November 11, 2014

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Despite one setback, University of Iowa students and faculty consider a new major track to be widely successful. When the Engaged Social Innovation track in the interdepartmental-studies major was first announced last spring,...

Liberty High mascot selected

DI STAFF

November 11, 2014

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Officials approved a mascot and school colors for Liberty High School at an Iowa City School Board meeting Tuesday. Students, parents, and officials decided on a lightning bolt to represent the new high school. The colors, decided...

Veterans Day/Armistice Day photos

DI STAFF

November 11, 2014

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Notebook: Inconsistency, special teams, and other notes

DANNY PAYNE

November 11, 2014

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Kirk Ferentz entered his regular Tuesday press conference a few minutes late, sat behind the microphone, welcomed everyone, and began to take questions. One reporter asked if Ferentz was able to put a finger on an exact reason...

Commentary: DiIanni proves himself in year one

JORDAN HANSEN

November 11, 2014

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As the sunlight slowly faded in the western sky on the Sunday evening of Iowa’s Big Ten Tournament loss to Wisconsin, so did its chances to cap off an encouraging season under first-year head coach Dave DiIanni with a trip...

Abdullah’s status still in question

JACOB SHEYKO

November 11, 2014

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The Big Ten is in what many would call a “down year.” With just four teams in the AP top-25 poll, the conference hasn’t been as dominating as fans have grown accustomed to. But that doesn’t mean the Big...

Hawkeyes eager to test improvement

KYLE MANN

November 11, 2014

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It’s time to see just how much better this Iowa volleyball team has become. Riding a four-match winning streak, the Hawkeyes will travel to Penn State today for a match with the No. 4 Nittany Lions. Penn State visited...