Athletics

Iowa flags on the field

Ringing in the New Year at the TaxSlayer Bowl

Hawkeyes compete in bowl game in the Sunshine State
The University of Iowa began 2015 at the TaxSlayer Bowl in Jacksonville, Florida, enjoying warm temperatures while connecting Hawkeyes from across the country.
2014: A Look Back

2014: A Look Back

Rewind 2014 in this video review
It was a busy year on campus and we've got you covered. Take a look at this video to see highlights from 2014 at the University of Iowa.
Graduation cap with tigerhawk and 2014 decorated on it, in front of Old Capitol

The year in pictures

Take a look at some of the top images from 2014
Stunning fall images on the Pentacrest, crowd shots at Kinnick Stadium, and outreach across the state can all be seen in this 2014 year in review photo gallery.
Iowa Now Minute - 12/11/14

Iowa Now Minute - 12/11/14

Roundup of UI activities, research, public engagement, and campus life
"Iowa Now Minute" is a 60-second roundup highlighting recent UI activities, research, public engagement, and campus life. Look for a new video every Thursday in Iowa Now.

UI, ISU Dance Marathons teaming up during rivalry week

One for One campaign hopes to raise $1 for each child treated at UI Children’s Hospital
University of Iowa Dance Marathon and ISU Dance Marathon are teaming up this week for the One for One campaign. The goal is to raise $1 for every child treated at the UI Children's Hospital last year—$57,889.
Mike Gesell on the court

Mike Gesell excels on and off the court

Guard to receive Feller Basketball and Nile Kinnick Memorial Scholarships
University of Iowa men's basketball player Mike Gesell has had a busy collegiate career on the court, but the three-year starter has been just as busy off it.
Iowa Now Minute - 12/4/14

Iowa Now Minute - 12/4/14

Roundup of UI activities, research, public engagement, and campus life
"Iowa Now Minute" is a 60-second roundup highlighting recent UI activities, research, public engagement, and campus life. Look for a new video every Thursday in Iowa Now.
UI student

KCRG UI athletes double as inventors

Two Iowa football players are chasing unique dreams off the field by crafting and working on their own inventions with the help of the student business incubator at the University of Iowa.

Liam Feeley

West Des Moines boy, 10, is Kid Captain when Hawkeyes take on Nebraska

Rare genetic disorder left Liam Feeley missing large bones in his arms
When Liam was 2 months old, the Feeleys came to University of Iowa Children’s Hospital and met with pediatric orthopedic surgeon Ericka Lawler, who put the family at ease.
Rylan Mohr

Hudson boy, 8, will be Kid Captain when Hawkeyes host Wisconsin Nov. 22

Skin condition causes blisters at the slightest irritation
"UI Children’s Hospital has really changed our lives. They brought Rylan along from a disease which he was not expected to live more than a year to being a very healthy 8-year-old boy," says Mark Mohr, Rylan's father.

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