The Daily Iowan

Petersen Residence Hall advances floor-by-floor

GRACE PATERAS

April 16, 2015

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The first new dorm on campus since 1968 is close to completion. The University of Iowa Mary Louise Petersen Residence Hall will open next semester and will offer public learning commons and social areas on each floor, a multipu...

Physician shortage expected to hit by 2025

CINDY GARCIA

April 16, 2015

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A national trend of physician shortages will not batter the University of Iowa as hard as other places, officials say. A recent report by American Association of Medical Colleges’ predicts the United States will experience...

RVAP stages demonstration

BILL COONEY

April 16, 2015

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Seventy to 90 percent of women will be subject to street harassment in their lifetimes. That’s why Rape Victim Advocacy Program volunteers took to the Pentacrest on Thursday afternoon to bring attention to a form of sexual...

City Council set to vote on Chauncey tower

CORY PORTER

April 16, 2015

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The potential site of the Chauncey Tower, a subject of much debate, went before the Iowa City Planning and Zoning Commission once again on Thursday. The vote was split 3-3, meaning it will go to the City Council without a majority...

Logic taken by Atlanta

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

April 16, 2015

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The Atlanta Dream selected former Iowa women’s basketball player Sam Logic in the first round of the WNBA draft Thursday night. Logic, who was one of 11 players invited to attend the draft in person, was selected with t...

The Box Score: Hawkeyes vs. Northwestern

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

April 16, 2015

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The Iowa baseball team will try to keep things rolling in the Big Ten this weekend when it plays host to Northwestern in a three-game series at Banks Field. The Hawks have dominated conference play so far this season, posting...

Solid pitching awaits Iowa softball in West Lafayette

JORDAN HANSEN

April 16, 2015

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When Iowa the Iowa softball team (14-32, 5-9) heads to West Lafayette, Indiana, for a three-game series with Purdue (26-16, 5-7), it’ll be tested against one of the best pitching staffs in the Big Ten. The Boilermakers...

Notebook: Harbaugh talks Rudock

DANNY PAYNE and JORDAN HANSEN

April 16, 2015

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Although Michigan’s spring practice ended at the beginning of April, and it has a No. 1 quarterback in Shane Morris, that doesn’t mean former Hawkeye quarterback Jake Rudock is going to sit on the bench all season...

Iowa to host Hawkeye-Great River Entertainment Invitational

KYLE MANN

April 16, 2015

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The Iowa men’s golf team will host its lone home tournament this weekend, as teams from around the region are scheduled to descend upon Iowa City for the Hawkeye-Great River Entertainment Invitational. The Hawkeyes hope...

Wilson, Schaub get crack at their alma mater

BLAKE DOWSON

April 16, 2015

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As the Iowa men’s tennis team closes in on the end of its regular season, this weekend will be a little different than the rest for interim head coach Ross Wilson and his assistant, Ty Schaub. The young coaching duo has...

Women’s tennis on the bubble for Big Ten tournament berth

JOSH HICKS

April 16, 2015

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The odds are looking slim for the Iowa women’s tennis team to make the Big Ten Tournament this year. Only 10 teams make the tournament and as it currently sits, Iowa is 12th. For the Hawkeyes to break into the tournament,...

Hawkeyes head to Ohio for Lady Buckeye tournament

ROD ENGBLOM

April 16, 2015

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After a three-week break, the Iowa women’s golf team is scheduled to travel to Columbus, Ohio, to play in the Lady Buckeye Invitational on Saturday and April 19. This will be the last tournament that the team will play...