The Daily Iowan

LSAT experiment continues

ALYSSA GUZMAN

March 23, 2015

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So far, only two eligible University of Iowa students have shown interest in an LSAT-exemption program adopted by the College of Law. The Kinnick Law Scholars Program will allow UI students who meet certain requirements to...

City picks firm for Linn/Court

BILL COONEY

March 23, 2015

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The Iowa City City Council decided on its preferred developer for a new mixed-use building to be located on the site of the old St. Patrick’s Church parish hall, with CA Ventures coming out on top. CA Ventures will now...

Billions in college financial aid goes untouched

BENJAMIN TOWAR

March 23, 2015

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A recent study revealed college students have left billions of dollars in financial aid on the table. The study, conducted by Nerdwallet.com, found $2.9 billion of government-funded financial aid went untouched after the 2013-2014...

UI’s Latino Studies program gaining momentum

BENJAMIN TOWAR

March 23, 2015

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After years of planning, the Latino Studies minor is underway and seeking to grow.  In January, the University of Iowa started the introduction class for a Latino Studies minor. History Associate Professor Omar Valerio-Jiménez...

A star for the ages

JACOB SHEYKO

March 23, 2015

Filed under Sports

Aaron White’s career came to a bittersweet end Sunday. As the Hawkeyes walked off the court in Seattle following their 87-68 loss to Gonzaga, White shook hands with the Bulldogs, then headed for the locker room amid a standi...

College wrestling taken for a ride

CODY GOODWIN

March 23, 2015

Filed under Sports

Wrestling season is over now, so let’s address one glaring issue that’s caused the sport to take a giant step backward and become more frustrating than I ever thought possible: riding time. We need to start a movement...

Notebook: Former Hawkeyes speak after Pro Day

DANNY PAYNE

March 23, 2015

Filed under Sports

Monday was a different scene at Iowa’s new football complex. During the year, players are often focused on prepping for opponents and generally uninterested in talking with reporters. That wasn’t the case when various...

Women’s gymnastics selected for Auburn regional

CHARLIE GREEN

March 23, 2015

Filed under Sports

The Iowa women’s gymnastics team has been selected to compete at the Auburn, Alabama, NCAA Regional on April 4, one of six regional sites hosting the country’s top 36 teams. The two top teams from each regional will...

Iowa set to host Nebraska

JORDAN HANSEN

March 23, 2015

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After going 1-2 in a series during this past weekend with Maryland, the softball Hawkeyes will try to put several painful losses behind them when 19-15 Nebraska comes to Pearl Field today for a double-header. Iowa (10-22) lost...

Editorial: Challenging voter-ID laws

DI EDITORIAL BOARD

March 23, 2015

Filed under Opinions

Laws mandating forms of identification in order to vote have been consistently ruled constitutional despite the potential implicit consequences for citizens likely to have problems acquiring the necessary forms of identification. The...

Guest Opinion: Protecting students’ rights

GUEST OPINION

March 23, 2015

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In an economy increasingly built on innovation, the most important skill you can sell is your knowledge. That’s why higher education is, more than ever, the surest ticket to the middle class. But just when it’s never been...

Elliot: Cruz control

BEAU ELLIOT

March 23, 2015

Filed under Opinions

So President Obama would like to see mandatory voting in the United States, and 2016 presidential candidate Sen. Ten Cruz, R-Texas, would like to see mandatory Christianity, starting in the United States but moving all over the...