The Daily Iowan

Community remembers Mogni

NICK MOFFIT

April 20, 2015

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As friends and family came to the podium to tell stories and remember the life of Andrew Mogni, there were a few characteristics that were commonly echoed: happiness, kindness, and charisma. Roughly 500 people filled the IMU Second...

UI international programs warns students about exporting cars

LI DAI

April 20, 2015

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Members of organizations seeking to purchase new luxury automobiles in order to export them to China for resale are approaching University of Iowa students. Luxury cars that typically sell at around $50,000 to $80,000 in the...

UI to extend tailgating hours

EFE AYANRUOH

April 20, 2015

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Postgame tailgating hours will be extended for home football games starting this fall. According to a press release, Iowa Athletics Director Gary Barta told football season-ticket holders during a conference call on April 16...

Mixed opinion on powdered alcohol

ALYSSA GUZMAN

April 20, 2015

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Kool-Aid, Crystal Light, Nesquick, Country Time Lemonade, and now … vodka? Currently, powdered alcohol — palcahol —  has become a controversy in the United States. So far, it’s been banned in seven states, and...

CR company to survey Iowa City

BEN MARKS

April 20, 2015

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Even if fiber-optic technology doesn’t come to Iowa City, experts say cable and Internet prices will still most likely drop. Within the last month, two fiber-optic companies have announced plans of possibly expanding into...

Rain drowns out Hawk rally

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

April 20, 2015

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Iowa pitcher Luke Vandermaten wound up and delivered the 0-2 pitch, striking out Northwestern DH Grant Pikert to send the Hawkeyes to the bottom of the final inning, a chance for yet another dramatic walk-off still in reach. ...

Softball takes weekend series at Purdue

CHARLIE GREEN

April 20, 2015

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Iowa softball is gaining some ground in the Big Ten standings. After taking two of three in West Lafayette, Indiana, against Purdue over the weekend, the Hawks improved to 16-33, 7-10 in the conference. “Especially after...

Hawkeyes split to end regular season

JOSH HICKS

April 20, 2015

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The No. 66 Iowa men’s tennis team split matches with No. 51 Penn State and Chicago State at the Hawkeye Tennis & Recreation Complex in a double-header on Sunday. The Hawkeyes fell to the Nittany Lions, 4-2, and beat...

Hawk golfers finish third

ROD ENGBLOM

April 20, 2015

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After two days and 72 holes of play at the Hawkeye-Great River Entertainment Invitational at Finkbine, the Hawkeyes finished with a team score of 853, putting them at 11-under.  The first day consisted of 36 holes in which...

Schaake shines for golfers

KYLE MANN

April 20, 2015

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Iowa sophomore Carson Schaake has taken a step forward in his second season as a college golfer, leading the Hawks in the Hawkeye Great-River Entertainment Invitational over the weekend. Schaake’s 6-under-par at Finkbine...

Track and field wraps up competition in California

MARIO WILLIAMS

April 20, 2015

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The Iowa track and field team competed in yet another relay competition, traveling to Walnut, California, to compete at the Mt. SAC Relays April 17-18. Some members of the squad not only notched personal records but broke some...

Iowa falters twice over the weekend, won’t advance

JOSH HICKS

April 20, 2015

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The Iowa women’s tennis team (8-13, 2-9) lost its chance at a berth in the Big Ten Championships this weekend, losing to No. 27 Northwestern, 7-0, on April 18 and No. 51 Illinois, 6-1, on Sunday. “It’s tough...