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  • UI studying obesity

    - Sep 18, 2015
    By Lily Abromeit While obesity rates are increasing, the University of Iowa is conducting a study to combat these high numbers. The Obesity Research and Education Initiative at the UI are conducting a study to lower
  • Today’s Photos (09/18/15)

    - Sep 17, 2015
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  • Student overcomes speech impediment with…accent?

    - Sep 17, 2015
    By James Hirsch james-hirsch@uiowa.edu Tristan Roeder has lived in Iowa City for much of his life — yet this young American speaks with an English accent. The reason? “I have a stutter, which makes it so I
  • Today’s Photos (09/17/15)

    - Sep 16, 2015
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  • Miss Iowa takes a break

    - Sep 16, 2015
    By Lily Abromeit Over the last few weeks, Taylor Wiebers has been taking a break from classes to compete in this year’s Miss America pageant. The 21-year-old’s journey began after being crowned Miss Iowa in June.
  • VandeBerg off to a hot start

    - Sep 15, 2015
    Wide receiver Matt VandeBerg has been Iowa’s best receiver through two games this season. By Danny Payne daniel-payne-1@uiowa.edu Coming into the season, there were questions surrounding Iowa’s wide receivers. Many wondered who would catch passes from
  • Take a bike, UI says

    - Sep 15, 2015
    The Fall Bike Challenge encourages students and commuters to get out and ride their bikes. By Katelyn Weisbrod katelyn-weisbrod@uiowa.edu The best way to get college students’ attention is simple: use social and free stuff. That’s the
  • V-ball scratches 18-year itch

    - Sep 15, 2015
    Jess Janota and Lauren Brobst lead the Hawkeyes, aided by Loxley Keala and a pair of freshmen. By Kyle Mann Kyle-mann@uiowa.edu If you haven’t heard by now, the Iowa volleyball program logged one of its biggest
  • You’re not alone — via the Companion app

    - Sep 14, 2015
    By Lily Abromeit A new app created by students at the University of Michigan could offer a safer option to students walking home alone. Companion App notifies friends and family if someone comes across a dangerous
  • Cleanup project targets Iowa River

    - Sep 14, 2015
    Volunteers worked to clean up the Iowa River on Sept. 12, finding bikes and lawnmowers in the process. By Tom Ackerman thomas-ackerman@uiowa.edu Bikes and bedsprings were among objects pulled from the Iowa River this past weekend.

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