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UI community shares thoughts and concerns on search process

DI STAFF

February 22, 2015

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University of Iowa students, staff, and faculty gathered Feb. 20 at three separate hearings to discuss the search process to find a replacement for President Sally Mason. Turnout was low at all three, but officials said the for...

Alcohol on social media create a potent mix for users

BENJAMIN TOWAR

February 22, 2015

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While billboards and television commercials are still commonly used forms of advertising services and products, companies are slowly migrating to a new front of consumer attention — social media — and alcohol companies are...

Driving sans licenses

LI DAI

February 22, 2015

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Driver’s permit, driver’s education, driver’s license — these are the steps most people go through to get behind the wheel. Despite the process, some international students are skipping the steps and heading...

Lecture talks Food for Thought

EFE AYANROUH

February 22, 2015

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The importance of food and nutrition and their effect on families and communities was a topic at Sunday’s University of Iowa Presidential Lecture. UI Professor Linda Snetselaar, also the director of the Nutrition Center...

Mizzou tops Iowa in National Duals Final

CODY GOODWIN

February 22, 2015

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Tom Brands’ mind raced as he walked up the tunnel underneath Carver-Hawkeye Arena on Sunday afternoon. He carried a blank stare on his face and a wooden second-place trophy in his hand. He entered the media room and ...

Hawks not about to ‘spiral’

JORDAN HANSEN

February 22, 2015

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The Iowa wrestling team isn’t in trouble. Yes, it fell, 18-12, in the National Duals finals to Missouri, and it was a disappointing loss, but not much more than that, at least according to Iowa’s Mike Evans. &l...

Hawkeyes husk Nebraska, 74-46

JACOB SHEYKO

February 22, 2015

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The first couple minutes of Iowa’s 74-46 thrashing of Nebraska in Lincoln on Sunday were a sign of things to come. On four-consecutive possessions, Peter Jok hit a jumper off an Adam Woodbury screen, then Jarrod Uthoff...

Iowa loses second in a row at Ohio State

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

February 22, 2015

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A strong second half from Ohio State proved insurmountable for the Iowa women’s basketball team, which dropped its second game in a row, 100-82, on Feb. 21. The loss moves the Black and Gold 21-6 on the season, 12-4 in...

Hawkeyes wrap up the Big Ten Championships with eleven new school records

ROD ENGBLOM

February 22, 2015

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Although the Iowa women's swimming team finished eighth on Feb. 21 in the Big Ten championships at Ohio State, the Hawkeyes set 10 school swimming records along with one diving record. Feb. 20 saw three Iowa school records broken...

Baseball wraps up weekend in walk-off fashion

IAN MURPHY

February 22, 2015

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Junior Tyler Peyton hit a game-winning RBI single in the bottom of the ninth with one out to give the Hawkeyes a 6-5 win over the Missouri State Bears on Feb. 21. The Hawkeyes entered the weekend looking for more offense, and...

Softball falls to Missouri State, runs losing streak to eight

CHARLIE GREEN

February 22, 2015

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The Iowa softball team fell 6-2 on Sunday to Missouri State, capping an 0-5 showing over the weekend at the Ragin' Cajun Invitiational in Lafayette, Louisiana. The performance ran the Hawkeye's losing streak to eight games; they're...

Men’s tennis rides momentum, wins regional matchup

BLAKE DOWSON

February 22, 2015

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In what felt like a budding rivalry match, the Iowa men’s tennis team beat Wichita State on Feb. 20 to improve its record to 7-1. The Hawkeyes and Shockers battled closely in every match, but Iowa ultimately came out on...