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More than merely death

NICHOLAS MOFFITT

November 16, 2014

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Sarah Hubner has known she wants to work in medicine since she was young. Combine that with an inquisitive mind and some by-chance networking, mortuary science came into the picture. Hubner said death is one of the last human en...

China and the U.S. extend visa duration

MICHAEL KADRIE

November 16, 2014

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UI senior Ella Feng, who is from China, said she normally returns home once a year in the summer. Because of the length of the break, she said, she never had a problem getting her visa renewed, but the process continued to be...

Botchway appointed to ICCSD position

ALYSSA GUZMAN

November 16, 2014

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Kinglsey Botchway, the new director of equity and staffing, hopes to use his new role to focus on positive changes in the School District and community. At present, Botchway said, he’s trying to finish up his job with...

IC receives perfect score

CORY PORTER

November 16, 2014

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In the 20 years Cindy Nagel has lived in Iowa City, she said she’s seen the city open up in positive and lasting ways to the LGBT community, through the work of groups and the efforts of individuals. “Slowly, bridges...

10,000 Villages to head to IC

DANIEL VALENTIN

November 16, 2014

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With a variety of interest surrounding the space opened up earlier this year after the closure of The Wedge, Iowa City downtown district officials are hoping to retain support for a permanent retail shop. The Wedge closed No...

Man charged with ongoing criminal conduct

DI STAFF

November 16, 2014

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Authorities have accused a man of issuing checks to businesses for payment even though he knowingly had insufficient funds.  Noah Lookofsky, 41, was charged Feb. 12 with ongoing criminal conduct and March 22 with first-degree...

Iowa defense returns to form against Illinois

JACOB SHEYKO

November 16, 2014

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CHAMPAIGN, Illinois — The Hawkeye defense has had moments of brilliance this season to go along with their share of hard lessons — mostly against teams that rush toward the edge, where open-field tackling and pursuit angles...

Commentary: Time for some meaningful November football

CODY GOODWIN

November 16, 2014

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CHAMPAIGN, Illinois — We’ve talked about how college football changes quickly before, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise at all when I tell you that Iowa, at 7-3, has a better chance — yes, there’s still...

Postgame Notebook: Canzeri sets season-high in Champaign

CODY GOODWIN

November 16, 2014

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CHAMPAIGN, Illinois — In the week before Iowa’s 30-14 win over Illinois, head coach Kirk Ferentz indicated that running back Jordan Canzeri might see some playing time against the Fighting Illini. He expected the junior...

Colonials an early test for Hawkeyes

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

November 16, 2014

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In its opener night against South Carolina-Upstate, everything seemed to be going Iowa’s way. Every loose ball seemed to squirt into the outstretched arms of an Iowa player, while every shot the Hawks took seemed destined to go...

Dixon shines, Iowa wins

KYLE MANN

November 16, 2014

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The Iowa women’s basketball team hosted Robert Morris for its second game of the season, and though it had to work for it, came out on top for an 85-67 victory. Melissa Dixon began the game with a deep 3, but Morris was...

First unit shines, second unit struggles for Iowa

DANNY PAYNE

November 16, 2014

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Things were going well for the Iowa men’s basketball team in the first half of its 90-56 win over Hampton Nov. 14. Adam Woodbury hit a jumper, Jarrod Uthoff pulled the trigger and made a pair of 3-pointers, and Aaron White ...