Greg Morris

Get to Know...Greg Morris

The Get to Know series asks University of Iowa faculty, staff, and students a few questions about their work and their outside interests. Today, we visit with Greg Morris, football equipment manager for the Iowa Hawkeyes.
Kid Captain Logan

Mason City boy, 6, is Honorary Kid Captain when Hawkeyes travel to Wisconsin

Logan Brown was born with microcephaly and other birth defects
When Logan Brown was just 20 hours old, his doctors noticed a blood clot near a large vein that carries blood to his heart. He was transferred to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at University of Iowa Children’s Hospital, where pediatric specialists discovered other challenges.
Kid Captain Colton

Sioux City boy, 8, is Kid Captain when Hawkeyes host Pittsburgh Sept. 19

Colton Barker had eye removed after cancer diagnosis at age 2
Colton's parents noticed something cloudy in their toddler's eye in 2009 and thought it was related to their new puppy. Their doctor recognized the symptoms and referred the family to UI Children's Hospital, where it was determined Colton had retinoblastoma, a rare cancer of the retina.
28th Annual Army ROTC Game Ball Run

Cy-Hawk series game ball makes its way to Ames

Game Ball Run was preceded by a Beat State Pep Rally on the Pentacrest
In advance of the Iowa–Iowa State football game, students, faculty, and fans gathered on the Pentacrest for a pep rally and members of the UI Army ROTC prepared to deliver the game ball.
Abi Frye jersey

Muscatine teen to be honorary Kid Captain when Hawks take on Iowa State Sept. 12

Abi Frye was born at just 25 weeks
Early on in her pregnancy, Abi’s mother, Julie, wasn’t feeling well and was diagnosed with preeclampsia, a pregnancy complication that causes high blood pressure and protein in the urine, which can be life-threatening to both mother and baby.
Army ROTC cadets lining up with flag

Army ROTC annual Game Ball Run enters 28th year

UI students, faculty and fans invited to attend Beat State Pep Rally
Students, faculty, and fans are invited to cheer on the University of Iowa Army ROTC cadets before they depart for the 28th annual Army ROTC Game Ball Run, which carries the Cy-Hawk football series game ball from Iowa City to Ames.
Cheering fans.

As good as gold

Hawkeye fans brave heat to witness football team's hot start
Fans of the University of Iowa football team came to historic Kinnick Stadium donning gold and left with happy hearts, as their beloved Hawkeyes stifled Illinois State University for much of the game en route to a 31-14 season-opening victory.
Inspiring a New Generation of Volleyball Players

Setting up the next generation

UI volleyball players try their hand at coaching
This summer the Iowa volleyball team hosted 13 sections of camps in the Carver-Hawkeye Arena, giving young women a taste of the game. Perhaps some campers will one day grace the hall of the arena again, not as campers, but as University of Iowa student-athletes.

Iowa Board of Regents Aug. 5 roundup

Board discusses a proposed spring tuition increase
The Board of Regents made no objections to a proposed 3 percent increase in undergraduate resident tuition for the Spring 2016 semester. A vote on the proposed increase is expected at the September board meeting. The board also gives first-round approval to Kinnick renovation.
2014 Kid Captain Treyvon Martin stands on the sidelines with the Iowa Hawkeyes.

UI Children's Hospital announces 2015 Kid Captains

Program kicks off seventh year with Hawkeyes
Thirteen kids ranging in age from 5 to 18 will serve as the UI Children's Hospital Kid Captains during the 2015 Hawkeye football season.