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  • Phone as ID coming

    - Aug 28, 2015
    A new application will allow Iowa residents to have their IDs on their phones. By Anders Frieberg anders-frieberg@uiowa.edu Are you continually misplacing everything you own, including your ID? There’s an app for that, too. In approximately...
  • Blooms to be avoided

    - Aug 28, 2015
    By Gage Miskimen gage-miskimen@uiowa.edu Adding nutrients to the average plant can cause it to bloom — and that’s a good thing. But when fertilizer runs off of soil and into lakes, bleeding nutrients into the water,...
  • Police briefs

    - Aug 28, 2015
    Man charged with fraudlent practice Authorities have accused an Iowa City man of taking money from a company. Matthew Scott, 36, was charged with second-degree fraudulent practice on May 2, 2014. According to online court documents,...
  • The Daily Break (08/28/15)

    - Aug 27, 2015
    HOROSCOPES ARIES (March 21-April 19): Open up about your likes and dislikes, and voice your feelings about the way you see your future unfolding. Once you share your thoughts, you will be in a better position...
  • Second UI president finalist announced

    - Aug 27, 2015
    The regents may be looking south for the next University of Iowa president. Tulane University Provost Michael Bernstein will visit the UI campus on Friday and will participate in the second public forum as part of...
  • The ‘Taste’ that keeps on giving

    - Aug 27, 2015
    By Justus Flair justus-flair@uiowa.edu Magda Davis doesn’t know where she’s been all these years. “I can’t believe I’ve been in town for years and never been here,” the Iowa City resident said. “And this year I...
  • First UI president finalist announced

    - Aug 27, 2015
    An Ohio liberal-arts college president selected as finalist. By Chris Higgins christopher-higgins@uiowa.edu A private-college leader is set to vie for the University of Iowa presidency. Oberlin College President Marvin Krislov will visit the UI campus today and will participate...
  • UISG takes on catcalling

    - Aug 27, 2015
    By Cindy Garcia cindy-garcia@uiowa.edu “IT’S NOT OK” — blunt posters hung on Cambuses are calling on students to stop catcalling are part of a national effort to stop sexual misconduct. The It’s On Us campaign was...
  • Tinder in the night

    - Aug 27, 2015
    From the web: Tinder, the popular dating app for millennials, released a list on Tuesday of the schools that “swipe right” the most on its student population. The app displays photos of users nearby and includes...
  • False candidates make their polling marks: What Deez Nuts and other faux candidates say about polling.

    - Aug 27, 2015
    By Brent Griffiths brent-griffiths@uiowa.edu It may have taken an Iowa teenager, but businessman Donald Trump temporarily shared the political spotlight with another, albeit unlikely, challenger. Deez Nuts, 15-year-old Brady Olson of Wallingford, Iowa, sparked national headlines...

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