The Daily Iowan

New app allows residents to report potholes, other troubles

BEN MARKS

February 19, 2015

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Soon, fixing a pothole may be as simple as snapping a photo. SeeClickFix is an app that connects residents to local government, allowing them to alert officials about problems in the county. Area residents would be able to...

President Mason announces three-year degree

ALYSSA GUZMAN

February 19, 2015

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University of Iowa President Sally Mason said four-year graduation rates are something to be happy about. “It means our students are doing quite well in terms of coming in and completing in a timely fashion,” she...

AIB students mull finances

ALYSSA GUZMAN

February 19, 2015

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AIB College of Business will continue to operate until June 2016, giving students approximately 15 months to graduate. Jane Schorer Meisner, the AIB public-relations director, said a good number of students will be able to graduate...

Child poverty increases in Johnson County

CARLY MATTHEW

February 19, 2015

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Child poverty has increased dramatically in the state of Iowa since 2000, according to new Iowa Kids Count data for 2013.  “In the last six or seven years, the economy has caused people to be unemployed or underemployed,”...

Gym status still unknown

BENJAMIN TOWAR

February 19, 2015

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After approximately 600 gallons of water spilled on the multi-activity court at the Campus Recreation & Wellness Center, the reopening remains a mystery. Despite weeks of renovations, retiling, and drying of the hardwood...

Iowa rebounds against Rutgers, wins 81-47

JACOB SHEYKO

February 19, 2015

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Just about everything that Iowa did wrong against Northwestern in its 66-61 loss on Feb 15, it corrected Thursday night against Rutgers, defeating the Big Ten basement-dwelling Scarlet Knights, 81-47. Whereas the Northwestern...

Defense leads to offense in 81-47 thrashing of Rutgers

DANNY PAYNE

February 19, 2015

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Much of the talk coming into Iowa’s date with Rutgers Thursday night was about the team’s offensive play. In their last two games, both losses, the Hawkeyes didn’t work the ball inside — and when they did,...

National Duals could be Big Ten showcase

CODY GOODWIN

February 19, 2015

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The Big Ten does not need an introduction when it comes to wrestling. It does not need to prove anything. It does not need to boast. The league’s dominance in college wrestling spans decades — yes, decades — and is viewed...

Scherff leads Iowa draft class

JACOB SHEYKO

February 19, 2015

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For former Iowa offensive lineman Brandon Scherff, it really never was a question of if he would be taken it the NFL draft, it was a matter of when. That was the whole purpose of him forgoing the draft following his junior year...

Women’s hoops set for Ohio State

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

February 19, 2015

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Tuesday’s matchup against Minnesota didn’t exactly go as planned for the Iowa women’s basketball team. Senior Sam Logic’s incredible 26-point, 13-assist performance against the Gophers was overshadowed...

Swimmers sit in 8th at Big Tens

ROD ENGBLOM

February 19, 2015

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Day Two finished at the Big Ten championships on Thursday, with the 200-free relay, 500 freestyle, 200 medley, 50 freestyle, and 1-meter diving.  The Hawkeyes finished ninth in the 200-free relay, fifth in the 500 free, eighth...

For those traveling to South Bend, bigger track will be beneficial

COURTNEY BAUMANN

February 19, 2015

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As a final preparation for the Big Ten indoor meet, members of the Iowa track and field will travel to South Bend, Indiana, for the Alex Wilson Invitational. With the Big Tens quickly approaching, not every Hawkeye will make...