The Daily Iowan

UI students, professors stage Die-In

MITCH MCANDREW

December 11, 2014

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Mirroring a national wave of demonstrations, University of Iowa medical students and professors staged a “die-in” on the Carver College of Medicine campus Thursday afternoon, which participants say was a move to he...

Hawks, Cyclones partner in Dance Marathon challenge

ALYSSA GUZMAN

December 11, 2014

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The University of Iowa and Iowa State University are putting their rivalries behind them to maximize fundraising for the UI Children’s Hospital. This year, the goal is to reach $57,889. That number is directly correlated...

LOST may return soon

NICK MOFFITT

December 11, 2014

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On the forefront of a joint meeting between the Iowa City City Council and the Johnson County Board of Supervisors was the local-option sales tax — a topic there was little agreement upon. Despite the tax failing in the l...

Sups reviews village plan for Joetown

BEN MARKS

December 11, 2014

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The village of Joetown has recently received a plan for its future. Joetown, a 117-person village in Johnson County, recently received a village plan from the Johnson County Board of Supervisors. Supervisor Rod Sullivan said...

Students share stories about soil

CORY PORTER

December 11, 2014

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A group of University of Iowa students chose unconventional means to educate community members, faculty, and fellow students about the importance of soil. “An Evening in the Soil: From Regenerative Agriculture to Urban...

The Girl Scouts of the United States of America are beginning to sell cookies online

DANIEL VALENTIN

December 11, 2014

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The Girl Scouts members have launched a new program to reach a wider audience when it comes to selling their famous cookies. With this new initiative, patrons will be able to use an online platform called Digital Cookie, through...

Coming through the rigor

CHARLIE GREEN

December 11, 2014

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JD Reive designed a recent December practice in July. The Iowa men’s gymnastics coach knows the intensity level, the focus, and what his gymnasts will need to be ready for their next competition. “Our competition...

Iowa’s Scherff wins Outland Trophy

CODY GOODWIN

December 11, 2014

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Rece Davis couldn’t help himself. As Brandon Scherff sauntered toward the stage at the Home Depot College Football Awards show on Thursday night in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, Davis, one of the more-recognizable personalities...

Hawks outshoot Cyclones

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

December 11, 2014

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It didn’t take long for those in attendance at Carver-Hawkeye Arena on Thursday night to discover what kind of game the latest installment in the Cy-Hawk Series would turn out to be. Two of the most prolific and most talented...

Surprises help Iowa women sink Cyclones

KYLE MANN

December 11, 2014

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There’s one game every year that means a little something more to the Hawkeyes. The women’s basketball team played that game on Thursday night, and something had clearly gotten into them. Iowa defeated cross-stat...

Iowa and Iowa State meet once again

JACOB SHEYKO

December 11, 2014

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Iowa didn’t dwell on the loss. It didn’t hang over the Hawkeyes’ heads longer than other losses. The players’ job was to move past it. And they did. But as Aaron White recalls last year’s 85-82...

Notebook: Ferentz, Jones excited for bowl experience

CODY GOODWIN

December 11, 2014

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Tennessee head football coach Butch Jones smiled during this particular admission. “We’ll only have one player on our football team who’s ever experienced a bowl game before,” Jones said Thursday night....