• Red, White, and Blue Hawkeyes travel to Taiwan

    by - Aug 15, 2017
    The Hawkeyes will represent the U.S. at the World University Games in Taipei, Taiwan, with the opener against Mexico scheduled for 5:30 a.m. (CDT) Aug. 20. By Adam Hensley and Pete Ruden adam-hensley@uiowa.edu & peter-ruden@uiowa.edu Iowa...
  • Harreld proposes to raise UI tuition consistently for five years

    by - Aug 14, 2017
    The UI proposes tuition increases of more than 7 percent for resident undergraduates and 2 percent for nonresident undergraduates each year in the next five years at a state Board of Regents Tuition Task Force meeting...
  • Stanley shines at Kids’ Day

    by - Aug 12, 2017
    By Pete Ruden peter-ruden@uiowa.edu Iowa football is now closer to taking the field for the season-opener, but questions still remain after the team’s annual Kids’ Day practice on Aug. 12. While quarterback competitions, wide receivers, and...
  • Tossup at quarterback for Hawkeyes

    by - Aug 5, 2017
    Iowa football enters the preseason with question marks at quarterback and receiver, but the squad possesses strength in numbers at tight end and running back. By Adam Hensley and Pete Ruden adam-hensley@uiowa.edu and peter-ruden@uiowa.edu After Iowa football’s...
  • Survey reveals decline in high-risk alcohol use among UI students

    by - Aug 1, 2017
    High-risk alcohol consumption on the UI campus is on the decline, but students are still experiencing more negative consequences from drinking compared to the national average. By Marissa Payne marissa-payne@uiowa.edu High-risk drinking among University of Iowa...
  • Hawkeye men’s tennis players named for academic achievement

    by - Jul 27, 2017
    <br />  Two Iowa men’s tennis players, Jake Jacoby and Jason Kerst, were recognized by the International Tennis Association for their academic achievement in the 2016-17 season. To obtain the honor, the athlete has to be...
  • Hoosiers tired of too many close calls

    by - Jul 27, 2017
    Indiana football lost five games last season by fewer than 10 points. By Adam Hensley adam-hensley@uiowa.edu “We’re tired of being close.” Indiana linebacker Tegray Scales didn’t hold back during Big Ten football media days in Chicago....
  • Rowing adds new assistant coach

    by - Jul 27, 2017
    <br />  Iowa rowing head coach Andrew Carter has announced the addition of Natasia Giles as an assistant coach. Giles will head to Iowa after a four-year coaching stint at Texas, where she spent her first two...
  • 3 aces highlight trade wars before deadline

    by - Jul 27, 2017
    Three of baseball’s best pitchers prepare to themselves for some new homes before the end of July. By Jordan Zuniga jordan-zuniga@uiowa.edu One of baseball’s age-old sayings is “pitching wins championships.” So with the spike in offensive...
  • The grind, and beauty, of Hawkeye rowing

    by - Jul 27, 2017
    Hunter Koenigsfeld is one of two student-athletes to trade her lifelong sport for rowing this summer. By Megan Sprengeler megan-sprengeler@uiowa.edu The Iowa rowing team will add yet another student-athlete to its roster for the fall. Trading...

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