The Daily Iowan

Bowling club not spared

GRACE PATERAS

February 26, 2015

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Two failed alcohol compliance checks in the past year at Colonial Lanes may put the University of Iowa Bowling Club in the gutter. The two citations caused Iowa City officials to revoke the establishment’s exception fro...

Free speech display on Pentacrest draws attention

BILL COONEY

February 26, 2015

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Young Americans on the University of Iowa campus are hoping to get students fired up about Young Americans for Liberty. Holding a demonstration on the Pentacrest Thursday was one way they hope to encourage participation in b...

Iowa City ranked 14th in segregation

CARLY MATTHEW

February 26, 2015

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Of the United States’ approximately 350 metropolitan areas included in a new study, Ames and Iowa City were ranked eighth and 14th among metro areas in which the poor were most segregated from more affluent populations,...

Charity goes to ‘melons’

GRACE PATERAS

February 26, 2015

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What started as a class project in Minnesota transformed into a nationwide phenomenon and has now made its way to Iowa City. A group of University of Iowa students have joined together to spread the word for the organization...

County holds off on app

BEN MARKS

February 26, 2015

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Last week, the Johnson County Board of Supervisors heard a proposal for an app called SeeClickFix. The app, already enormously popular in many towns around the county, was scheduled to be approved during the supervisor’s...

Mulling the Hawkeyes’ postseason

DANNY PAYNE

February 26, 2015

Filed under Sports

Toward the end of Iowa head coach Fran McCaffery’s press conference following his team’s 68-60 win over Illinois Wednesday, a reporter asked him what that win meant in the grand scheme of things. McCaffery’s...

Hawks win without Dixon

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

February 26, 2015

Filed under Sports

The feeling inside Carver-Hawkeye Arena before Iowa’s 78-74 win Thursday night was one of high energy and even higher emotion. Donning pink jerseys and socks, several of the Hawkeyes were escorted during lineup announcements...

Bluder wins No. 300 as Iowa downs Wisconsin

KYLE MANN

February 26, 2015

Filed under Sports

Coming off two-consecutive losses for the first time this season, the Hawkeyes were eager to return home to host the 8-18 Badgers. Though heavily favored, Iowa battled Wisconsin for much of the game before Sam Logic closed the...

Hawkeye swimmers slip on Day Two

IAN MURPHY

February 26, 2015

Filed under Sports

A different kind of storm brewed on Thursday night in the Campus Recreation & Wellness Center pool, one unlike Wednesday’s snow. This was a storm of scoring from the likes of Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana, Ohio State,...

Softball to compete at Radisson Invitational in Orlando

CHARLIE GREEN

February 26, 2015

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In the midst of an eight-game losing streak, the Iowa softball team will travel to Orlando today for the Central Florida Doubletree/ Radisson Invitational. The only ranked opponent competing in the tournament is No. 17 Central...

Baseball set for three game series with Cincinnati

IAN MURPHY

February 26, 2015

Filed under Sports

Two weeks in a row, Iowa head baseball coach Rick Heller has had to scramble to find a place for his team to play because of inclement weather. This weekend, Iowa will play a three-game series with the Cincinnati Bearcats in...

Hawk tracksters to head to Big Ten championships in Ohio

MARIO WILLIAMS and COURTNEY BAUMANN

February 26, 2015

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The Big Ten indoor track and field meet is finally here, beginning in Geneva, Ohio, today. The team has looked forward to the meet for some time, and it comes a week after a strong Hawkeye performance at the Alex Wilson Invitational...