CLAS Archive

  • Advancing X-ray astronomy

    Advancing X-ray astronomy

    Astronomers may one day be able to observe the material connecting galaxies across the universe, thanks to University of Iowa researcher Randall McEntaffer, who is developing technologies to advance the field of X-ray astronomy.

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    University staff and faculty often are asked for their expert opinions on a variety of topics. Check out who's been in the news lately...

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    Musicircus: All the mall’s a stage

    Old Capitol Town Center's second floor provided a performance venue for Musicircus, which involved hundreds of artists re-creating a John Cage "happening" originally performed in 1967.

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  • UITV to air presentation on flood recovery

    UITV to air presentation on flood recovery

    University of Iowa Television (UITV) will air coverage of the recent public update on the post-flood rebuilding plans for Hancher, music, and visual arts facilities.

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  • UI Music Therapy Club playing Iowa City Hospice benefit

    UI Music Therapy Club playing Iowa City Hospice benefit

    The University of Iowa Music Therapy Club will present a performance of jazz vocal standards to benefit the Iowa City Hospice at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 12, in the University Capitol Centre Recital Hall.

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  • Dan Matheson and one of his four World Series rings.

    Dan Matheson, Leisure Studies

    Dan Matheson, a UI lecturer in the recreation and sport business program, uses his New York Yankees background to go to bat for his students, helping them succeed in the classroom.

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  • Portrait of Garrett Stewart.

    English professor explores books as works of art

    Garrett Stewart "couldn’t think in 3-D," dashing dreams of architecture. He turned to English—his life’s work ever since. Stewart will deliver the 2012 presidential lecture, discussing books as works of art.

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    The tree Dutch elm disease would leave behind

    Once, more than 100 American elm trees graced the Pentacrest. A wave of Dutch elm disease reduced the Pentacrest population to a single tree. May it long inspire poets, artists, and Frisbee-throwers.

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  • Students in Brian Ekdale's journalism class discuss one component of the holiday website they created. Photo by Tim Schoon.

    Holiday website highlights journalism students’ gifts

    Whether you’re interested in learning about the history of “Jingle Bells” or how to stay fit during the holiday season, a UI journalism class is hoping to have your answer during this holiday season.

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