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IMU construction keeps pace

EFE AYANRUOH

April 13, 2015

Filed under News

The proposed opening date for the IMU ground floor is set for June 1. “So far, on the interior, we are about a week out from substantial completion,” said Cory Lockwood, the IMU associate director of event and facility...

UISG election sees record voter turnout

CARLY MATTHEW

April 13, 2015

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Students flocked to the polls, or rather their computers, to vote in the recent University of Iowa Student Government election. Approximately 30 percent of UI undergraduates, or 6,278 out of 20,864, voted in the close contest...

Museum on the move

CARLY MATTHEW

April 13, 2015

Filed under News

A giant black and gold RV has now traveled more than 11,000 miles and visited 36 counties all over Iowa to showcase university collections and research. The University of Iowa Mobile Museum first opened its doors to the publ...

Body cameras will soon be arriving department-wide for the ICPD

CORY PORTER

April 13, 2015

Filed under News

After testing body cameras on a limited basis for nearly two years, the Iowa City police will receive enough cameras for the entire department soon, but there is still a lot up in the air regarding their use. Police Chief Sam...

Canzeri, Daniels, healthy, ready to go

JORDAN HANSEN

April 13, 2015

Filed under Sports

WEST DES MOINES — As of now, running backs Jordan Canzeri and LeShun Daniels will be near the top of the depth chart when Iowa begins camp in August. It was pretty obvious during the Hawkeyes’ open practice in West D...

Hawkeyes to play two night games

DANNY PAYNE

April 13, 2015

Filed under Sports

For the first time in school history, the Iowa football team will play two games under the lights in Kinnick Stadium, the Big Ten Network and Big Ten announced Monday. The Hawkeyes are scheduled to play Pittsburgh on Sept. 19...

Baseball Hawks to face Bradley again

IAN MURPHY

April 13, 2015

Filed under Sports

Iowa baseball has its second date with Bradley this season, and the Hawkeyes will try to exact revenge on the Braves today. Bradley beat Iowa, 5-2, at Banks Field on a cold March 25 outing in which Iowa left numerous runners...

Logic declares for WNBA Draft

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

April 13, 2015

Filed under Sports

Former Iowa women’s basketball player Sam Logic has declared for the WNBA draft and received an invitation to attend the first round in person on Thursday at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut. Logic is projec...

Going pro in golf

ROD ENGBLOM

April 13, 2015

Filed under Sports

The process of transitioning from college golf to professional golf can be challenging, but senior Shelby Phillips will attempt it once she graduates in May. It’s a long and complex process that begins with the golfer first...

Frosh sparkles in steeplechase

MARIO WILLIAMS

April 13, 2015

Filed under Sports

On April 3, Hawkeye freshman Marta Bote Gonzalez set foot on the track at the prestigious Stanford Invitational in Palo Alto, California, and competed in the women’s 3,000-meter steeplechase. She hadn’t run in the...

Tennis aide to represent Philippines

JOSH HICKS

April 13, 2015

Filed under Sports

Denise Dy, an assistant coach for the Iowa women’s tennis team, has maintained a career in coaching college tennis while continuing her playing career as a member of the Philippines National Team. She has been selected...

Point/Counterpoint: For professional athletes, how young is too young?

DI EDITORIAL STAFF

April 13, 2015

Filed under Opinions

Over the weekend, Jordan Spieth won the Masters, became the second youngest golfer to take home the title. Is a trend of younger and younger athletes something to be worried about? Life beyond sports Twenty-one-year-old professional golfer Jorda...