The Daily Iowan

Student ticket prices decline

EFE AYANRUOH

March 2, 2015

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The University of Iowa Athletics Department is chopping $50 off the price of student football tickets in an effort to increase attendance. This comingseason, student season tickets will cost $125, which will save them $50 ...

UI works on sexual assaults

CARLY MATTHEW

March 2, 2015

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From increasing funding for prevention education to adding a second Nite Ride shuttle, perceivable changes have been made in efforts to decrease the number of sexual assaults on campus. University of Iowa President Sally Mason...

COGS mostly wins on fees

CARLY MATTHEW

March 2, 2015

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Next year, University of Iowa graduate students could see increased salaries and a partial waiver of fees because of a new contract. The Campaign to Organize Graduate Students, the graduate-student union, recently reached an...

Officials await fate of bar-entry bill

GRACE PATERAS and REBECCA MORIN

March 2, 2015

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State and local officials are holding their breath until Friday over potential legislation regarding bars’entrance age, which could reverse Iowa City’s 21-ordinance. Senate File 208 — introduced by Sen. Wally Horn,...

Numbers back up Iowa’s success at home

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

March 2, 2015

Filed under Sports

Sunday night was a memorable one for the Iowa women’s basketball team. Not only did the Black and Gold honor seniors Sam Logic, Melissa Dixon, Bethany Doolittle, and Kathryn Reynolds with a postgame ceremony they des...

Iowa ready for Indiana

DANNY PAYNE

March 2, 2015

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Today in Bloomington, Indiana, the Iowa men’s basketball team has a huge opportunity. Winners of four-straight in the Big Ten and tied for the conference’s No. 4 spot, a win against a team like Indiana would be huge...

Boschult conquers the tower

IAN MURPHY

March 2, 2015

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As the height of the board or the platform increased, so did the expectations for the Hawkeye divers. Well-known to head diving coach Todd Waikel, the Hawkeyes had their best chance of sending someone to the Big Ten championship...

Men’s gymnastics sees success in defeat

CHARLIE GREEN

March 2, 2015

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No. 6 Iowa men’s gymnastics may have lost to second-ranked Penn State on Feb. 27, but all things considered, it was the team’s best performance of the season. For starters, last week’s inclement weather made...

Men’s tennis dismantles No. 75 Louisiana

JOSH HICKS

March 2, 2015

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The courts at the Hawkeye Tennis & Recreation Complex were rocking for 9 a.m. on a Monday as the No. 57 Iowa men’s tennis team routed No. 75 Louisiana-Lafayette in dual-match play, 4-0. The win was a good rebound for the team af...

Sam Logic named Big Ten, ESPN National Player of the Week

DI STAFF

March 2, 2015

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For her efforts in victories against Wisconsin and Minnesota last week, Iowa point guard Sam Logic has been named the Player of the Week, the Big Ten announced Monday. Logic has been playing incredibly well in recent weeks, culminating...

White named Big Ten Player of the Week

DI STAFF

March 2, 2015

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Iowa forward Aaron White was named Big Ten Player of the Week by the Big Ten on Monday. The honor is the first of the senior’s career. In wins over Illinois and Penn State, white averaged a double-double for the Hawkeyes...

Big Ten Wrestling Championships pre-seeds released

DI STAFF

March 2, 2015

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Three Iowa wrestlers will be the top seeds at their respective weights for this weekend’s Big Ten championships, set for Saturday and March 8 in St. John Arena at Ohio State. Thomas Gilman (125), Brandon Sorensen (149),...