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Split UISG Senate may cause tension

GRACE PATERAS

April 14, 2015

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A split in the recent UISG elections has newly elected members concerned. The REAL Party grabbed the presidential and vice-presidential seats, but the BEACH Party took more seats in the Senate. University of Iowa junior Michael...

UI panel eyes more openness

ALYSSA GUZMAN

April 14, 2015

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After recent events caused uproar in the African-American community, students at the University of Iowa gathered to form the President’s Black Student Advisory Committee. In the wake of events such as the KKK statue displaye...

Film sparks assault talk

BEN MARKS

April 14, 2015

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At FilmScene on Tuesday night, a sold-out theater sat engrossed by a movie called The Hunting Ground, a documentary about rape on college campuses. After the movie finished, a panel of local activists and experts sat at the f...

UI weighs in on food trucks

BILL COONEY

April 14, 2015

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Students wanting to sample from the food trucks that will soon roam Iowa City may have to look beyond the Pentacrest area and most other university-owned property. Assistant City Manager Geoff Fruin said the University of Iowa...

Logic ready to take the next step

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

April 14, 2015

Filed under Sports

A historic college career now behind her, Iowa senior Sam Logic has more reasons than ever to be excited about playing basketball. One of the most dominant point guards in Iowa program history, Logic leaves behind a trail of...

Softball to face Iowa State

JORDAN HANSEN

April 14, 2015

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The Iowa softball team is scheduled to take on Iowa State at 6 p.m. today. Three days after winning its first Big Ten series of the season, the Iowa softball team will play host to Iowa State in the latest installment of the...

Iowa drops midweek contest to Bradley

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

April 14, 2015

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The Iowa baseball team suffered a seventh-inning rally from Bradley en route to a 4-3 loss Tuesday night in Peoria, Illinois. It was Iowa’s second loss of the year to the Braves after dropping a 5-2 decision at Banks Field...

Senior captain returns for Iowa track and field team after battling injuries

COURTNEY BAUMANN

April 14, 2015

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After sitting out most of the outdoor season because of hamstring problems, Kaleb VanCleave returned for the Iowa track and field team in a big way. The senior captain ran a personal best of 47.68 in the 400 meters to take second...

Hawkeyes looks to learn from tough road tests

BLAKE DOWSON

April 14, 2015

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After a tough weekend on the road, members of the Iowa men’s tennis team will try to regather themselves for the final weekend of the regular season. “Both Illinois and Northwestern played us really tough,”...

The fairway of mentality

ROD ENGBLOM

April 14, 2015

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The technicality of golf usually overshadows the mental aspect of the game. In reality, however, the mental side of golf is just as important as physically swinging the clubs. Golfers don’t only practice their swings,...

Talcott’s injury brings lineup changes, losses, and experience to younger players

JOSH HICKS

April 14, 2015

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The Hawkeye women’s tennis team has seen its share of struggles this season after losing senior and No. 1 singles player Shelby Talcott to injury after the match against Drake on March 25. Talcott had been 10-3 in singles...

Point/Counterpoint: Who will win the Stanley Cup Playoffs?

DI STAFF

April 14, 2015

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Three DI staffers debate which team will win the Stanley Cup Playoffs, which are scheduled to begin Wednesday. Chicago Blackhawks The Blackhawks are far from a flawless team; no team in the postseason is. But if you’re l...