Capitol goes black and gold
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Approximately 120 University of Iowa students, along with faculty and staff representatives from numerous UI departments and programs, took part in the annual Hawkeye Caucus on April 2, held in Des Moines at the Iowa State Capitol.
Check out video highlights and interviews from the 2014 Hawkeye Caucus event in Des Moines. Video by Nick Tomlonovic.
The event allows UI students, faculty, and staff to connect with legislators on topics facing the university and higher education. The capitol rotunda was filled with black and gold as UI representatives struck up conversations with political figures and visitors throughout the day.
The UI Foundation and Alumni Association also hosted an event on April 1, in conjunction with the Hawkeye Caucus, at the Iowa Historical Building. UI alumni and friends heard remarks from UI President Sally Mason, UI student Chance Sullivan, UI Foundation President and CEO Lynette Marshall, and UI Alumni Association CEO Vince Nelson.
Check out the gallery below for photos from both events.
Click here to see some of our favorite social media posts from Hawkeye Caucus Day.