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UI public health bachelor’s moves forward

CINDY GARCIA

May 5, 2015

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Undergraduates will now have an opportunity similar to their graduate counterparts. The state Board of Regents approved a bachelor’s degree in public health last month, which the University of Iowa College of Public Health...

Mental health facilities to merge

BEN MARKS

May 5, 2015

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By July 1, the Iowa City Community Health Center might be no more. Instead, if everything goes according to plan, it will merge and become a part of the Abbe Center for Community Mental Health in Cedar Rapids. Last week, the...

Council makes first vote on misdemeanor jail time

BILL COONEY

May 5, 2015

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The Iowa City City Council debated possible environmental effects of a new clinic during a hearing on rezoning for its property location. The proposed clinic would be located at the intersection of Dubuque Road and Highway 1...

City Council approves clinic rezoning amid environmental discussion

BILL COONEY

May 5, 2015

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The Iowa City City Council has moved forward on a proposed ordinance that would remove jail time as a punishment for simple misdemeanors with no set fine, except for indecent exposure. The proposed ordinance comes after the Iowa...

Just one throw away

COURTNEY BAUMANN

May 5, 2015

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Ask Gabe Hull to describe himself and he’ll say it in four words: beard, Mountain Dew, and discus. When he first joined the Iowa track and field team as a thrower, Hull was not nearly as daunting of a figure as he is now....

Hawks get back at WIU

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

May 5, 2015

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If revenge is a dish best served cold, the Iowa baseball team probably has some pretty serious brain freeze right now. A little more than a month removed from a disastrous 16-5 thrashing at the hands of the Leathernecks in ...

Tough road for softball

CHARLIE GREEN

May 5, 2015

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Heading into the Big Ten Tournament on Thursday in Columbus, Ohio, there’s both good and bad news for the Iowa softball team. The good: There are just two conference teams ranked in the top 30 nationally in terms of RPI. The...

Hawkeyes use big inning to beat Leathernecks

JOSH HICKS

May 5, 2015

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The No. 15 Iowa baseball team faced Western Illinois Tuesday in the 100th meeting between the two teams. The game was long, lasting over three and a half hours with a whole lot of walks and 10 pitching changes between the t...

Finding his speed

MARIO WILLIAMS

May 5, 2015

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The lights shone over the Cretzmeyer Track, and the crowd was absolutely deafening as teammates and coaches of Iowa sophomore Jared Ganschow watched as the anchor ran the final leg of the 1,600-meter relay. During the last 400...

Rucker to leave Iowa

DI STAFF

May 5, 2015

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The Iowa football team is down one defensive back after Malik Rucker has been granted permission to transfer. He would have been a sophomore for the Hawkeyes this season. The Minneapolis native recorded 5 tackles in six games...

Field hockey schedule announced

DI STAFF

May 5, 2015

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The Iowa field-hockey team announced its 2015 schedule Tuesday. The Hawkeyes will open with an exhibition game on Aug. 22 against Louisville. Iowa’s home-opener will be a few weeks later, Sep. 10 against Stanford. The squad...

Six former Hawkeyes headed to U.S. Senior Open

DI STAFF

May 5, 2015

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Six former Iowa wrestlers will head to Las Vegas to compete at the U.S. Senior Open. Daniel Dennis (61 kg), Phil Keddy (86 kg), Matt McDonough (57 kg), Brent Metcalf (65 kg), Tony Ramos (57 kg), and Derek St. John (70 kg) will...