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Liz Mills confident in ticket

GRACE PATERAS

April 2, 2015

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Once a shy high-school senior, Liz Mills said her experiences at the University of Iowa have helped her become confident in her bid to become UI Student Government’s next president. Mills, the REAL Party presidential candidate,...

Sam Wampler ready to lead

BILL COONEY

April 2, 2015

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When BEACH Party presidential candidate Sam Wampler was a freshman, the thought to get involved with student government hadn’t crossed his mind until, of all people, his mother suggested it. “At first I just thought...

Mission Creek schedule

DI STAFF

April 2, 2015

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Today • Innovation Workshops, hotelVetro, 8 a.m., ticket prices vary Saturday • Indie Presses Book Fair, Mill, 11 a.m., free April 5 • Last Call Brunch Buffett: Seating 1, Mill, 11 a.m., tickets $15...

Mason talks early retirement and admissions

DI STAFF

April 2, 2015

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University of Iowa President Sally Mason held a press availability Thursday in which she discussed the early retirement program and students being admitted into the UI. During the meeting, Mason said 1,400 people were eligible...

Iowa City man charged with intent to deliver

DI STAFF

April 2, 2015

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Authorities have accused an Iowa City man of possessing and intending to deliver marijuana. Randy Murphy, 24, was charged with a controlled-substance violation on March 4. According to online court documents, officers searched...

Coralville man charged with intent to deliver

DI STAFF

April 2, 2015

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Authorities have accused a Coralville man of possessing marijuana and intending to deliver it. Gabriel Garcia-Lair, 22, was charged with a controlled-substance violation on July 15. According to online court documents, officers...

Kerry Howley packs Prairie Lights

CLAIRE DIETZ

April 2, 2015

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A cinematic fight scene took shape in the minds eyes of a captivated Prairie Lights audience last evening as Kerry Howley read from her book Thrown. “Duke had not realized Eric was directly in front of him, swaying, and so D...

Odd pairings create cool fusion

JUSTUS FLAIR

April 2, 2015

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Music and dance aren’t a ground-breaking pairing, but music combined with physics and engineering create odder couples. These disciplines fused at Mission Creek Festival’s First Kiss collaborative performance event...

Supervisors consider county employee travel ban

BEN MARKS

April 2, 2015

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Soon, Johnson County may join the dozens of other states, counties and corporations around the nation who have vowed not to do business or travel in states with discriminatory religious-freedom laws. During a work session on...

New business to open at IRL

DI STAFF

April 2, 2015

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The Iowa River Landing on Thursday announced that a new business will open, the Luxe Zone,. The new location will occupy the space between Winestyles and 30hop. The Luxe Zone offers professional interior-design services for...

Messy fifth inning downs Hawks

JORDAN HANSEN

April 2, 2015

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The top of the fifth inning in Thursday’s game against Western Illinois was one to forget for the Iowa softball team. In 14 at-bats, the Leathernecks scored 10 runs, and the Hawkeyes were forced to use three different p...

Hawkeyes still looking to supplement Blank’s production

CHARLIE GREEN

April 2, 2015

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Iowa softball is hoping its 15-hit, 8-run showing in Thursday’s loss to Western Illinois is the start of something new. “It shows what we’re capable of,” junior Holly Hoffman said. “I think in preseason,...