The Daily Iowan

Location of presidential announcements influences campaign

BRENT GRIFFITHS

April 1, 2015

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Flanked by flags, surrounded by family in either in a home state or a political locale. This is how a candidate announces her or his desire to win the White House. The latest to practice the quadrennial ritual, Texas Sen. Ted...

VP debates stay cool

NOELLE ALKHAWAJA

April 1, 2015

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At the University of Iowa Student Government vice-presidential debate on Wednesday, both parties managed to hit on important issues — sans the intensity of the previous night’s presidential debate. “I think ...

Display intends to raise sexual assault awareness

BEN MARKS

April 1, 2015

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One is a T-shirt with jeans, one is a U.S. Army uniform, one is a dress for a 6-year-old girl — they are all the outfits worn by victims of sexual assault at the time of their attacks. As part of Sexual Assault Awareness month...

Rand Paul stands alone at events

KRISTEN EAST

April 1, 2015

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When Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., graces the University of Iowa campus with his presence next week, he will stand alone, no other politicians present to take away the spotlight. The visit is expected to come as part of or in tandem...

UI refueling stations prove beneficial

CINDY GARCIA

April 1, 2015

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Student-athletes now have never-ending grub. After the NCAA changed legislation to allow universities to provide unlimited meals to athletes last year, the University of Iowa Athletics Department has seen an overwhelmingly positive...

Big Data Analysis Certificate will be available in fall

ALYSSA GUZMAN

April 1, 2015

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The Big Data Analysis Certificate — available at other universities nationwide — is going to be available to undergraduate University of Iowa students in the fall. Typically, such a certificate is only offered to graduate...

Payne to run for re-election

DI STAFF

April 1, 2015

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Iowa City City Councilor Michelle Payne will run for re-election. Payne, who was first elected in 2012, serves as one of the four at-large members of the council. “Iowa City is such a wonderful place to live and raise...

North Liberty woman charged with marijuana possession

DI STAFF

April 1, 2015

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Authorities have accused a North Liberty woman of possessing marijuana. Chantelle Crow, 26, was charged with a controlled-substance violation on March 3. According to online court documents, the Johnson County Multi-Agency Drug...

Confident Beathard takes the reins

DANNY PAYNE

April 1, 2015

Filed under Sports

Since last season, Iowa’s quarterback situation has been well-documented. There was the controversy over whether Jake Rudock or C.J. Beathard should start, followed by the transfer rumors, but now things are clear. Rud...

Notebook: Reid, Woods talk during spring practice

DANNY PAYNE

April 1, 2015

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Iowa linebacker coach Jim Reid and tight-end coach LeVar Woods met with the media before the Hawkeyes continued their spring practice Wednesday. Iowa is set to return five lettermen at linebacker and three at tight end. P...

Softball falls to instate rival Drake, 1-0

JORDAN HANSEN

April 1, 2015

Filed under Sports

Other than a bit of a messy start, Hawkeye pitcher Shayla Starkenburg threw one of her best games of the season on Wednesday in Des Moines. But it was not enough as the Iowa softball team (11-27) fell, 1-0, to Drake (17-12) in...

Norlander plays internationally

MARIO WILLIAMS

April 1, 2015

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Iowa field-hockey player Stephanie Norlander not only competes for the Hawkeyes, she competes for her country. Norlander, a native of North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada is a member of the Canadian National team and could...