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UI bids farewell to Grady

ALYSSA GUZMAN

May 14, 2015

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After 23 years at the University of Iowa, David Grady is moving on from his position as dean of students to further his career as a vice president at the University of Alabama. Grady came to the UI in 1992 as the director for camp...

‘Firsts’ head for graduation

BILL COONEY, CARLY MATTHEW, AND GRACE PATERAS

May 14, 2015

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Melody Mata Melody Mata took her last final at the University of Iowa on Wednesday. On Saturday, she will walk along other social-work graduates at their ceremony. Her parents, a brother, twin sister, aunt, and cousin will ...

Summer Hawk Tuition Grant users on the rise

CARLY MATTHEW

May 14, 2015

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With enrollment still trickling in, one new grant program is showing continued growth in its second year. The University of Iowa’s Summer Hawk Tuition Grant was initially introduced last year for the incoming class of 2017....

Campus sexual assault statistics remain the same despite timely warnings

BEN MARKS

May 14, 2015

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As the spring semester ends, the University of Iowa has only had one Clery Act warning, the lowest number in the past four semesters. However, despite the decrease in the number of warnings, sexual assaults continue on campus...

With first job offers, graduates miss out on vital money

BEN MARKS

May 14, 2015

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As the latest generation of college graduates take their last finals, and walk across the stage, they face the challenges of their first professional job and salary. But according to a recent study, many grads are missing out...

Getting in on the ground floor

GRACE PATERAS

May 14, 2015

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The soon-to-come reopening of the IMU ground floor will offer students something a little different, including expanded academic opportunities. The grand opening, set for June 1, will mostly open the facility but a few things w...

Year-in-Review: The year that was

CHRIS HIGGINS, NICK MOFFITT, AND KRISTEN EAST

May 14, 2015

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2016 campaign kicks off The early half of 2015 marked the start of the 2016 presidential campaign. More than a handful of candidates have joined the race. Among Republicans, there are six declared candidates: Texas Sen. Ted C...

Story of the Year: Iowa women’s basketball

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

May 14, 2015

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2015 was a wild year for Iowa sports. An up and down season for Kirk Ferentz’s football program, Fran McCaffery taking the men’s basketball team to its first win in the NCAA Tournament in his tenure, Griesbaum-gate with...

Beginning of the end for the track and field team

COURTNEY BAUMANN

May 14, 2015

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As finals week comes to a close, finals weekend is just getting started for the track and field team. Six Iowa athletes rank first in the Big Ten in their events — Vinnie Saucer Jr. (100-meter), Lake Kwaza (100-meter), B...

Hawkeyes fall to Rutgers

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

May 14, 2015

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The Iowa baseball team dropped the first game of its final series. The Iowa baseball team dropped its series opener at Rutgers on Thursday, 5-3, in Piscataway, New Jersey. The loss drops the Hawkeyes to 37-13 overall, a game...

Point/Counterpoint: What should have been the Story of the Year?

DI STAFF

May 14, 2015

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Iowa wrestling not winning NCAA team title The Iowa wrestling team faltering at the end of the wrestling season should have been the The Daily Iowan’s story of the year. Heading into the postseason, the Hawkeyes were 14-0 in...

Golfers seek strong finish

ROD ENGBLOM

May 14, 2015

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With the college golf season near the end, plenty of work is ahead for the Iowa men’s golf team. Iowa is competing in the NCAA regional, and it finished the spring season strong, placing second as a team at the Big Ten...