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Covers October 2012

October 2012 Cover

COVER STORY: With the presidential election only a few weeks away, a UI computer science professor explains what can go wrong in the voting booth (hanging chads, anyone?) - and why it's crucial to democracy to get it right.

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Library Lady

Chris Seelman Rohret opened Iowa's first certified Little Free Library in Iowa City.

In Class October 2012

Wide World of Sport

A first-year seminar offers an inside look at the business of college athletics.

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Man on the Run

Only two weeks after he ran 1,037 miles around Lake Michigan, Steve Cannon completed the RAGBRAI bike ride across Iowa.

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Does recent extreme weather point to climate change?

To some UI-affiliated experts the blistering summer heat that swept across the U.S. is a strong forecast of what global warming looks like.

People October 2012

Making Memories

Ron Steele, chair of the UI Alumni Association Board of Directors, offers his personal take on why it's great to be a Hawkeye. Especially during football season.

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Eat Your Greens!

Driven by a debilitating disease, a UI medical alumna creates an extreme diet that may offer the prescription for good health.

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Diving In

Canadian swimmer Lindsay Seemann carries a permanent reminder of her Olympics experience. Now, she's ready to make waves as a Hawkeye.

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A Nation's Ghosts

A century-and-a-half after the Civil War tore apart the United States, an exhibit on the UI campus explores the tragic human costs of the conflict and unresolved issues that still roil the nation today.

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Vote of No Confidence

With the presidential election only a few weeks away, a UI computer science professor explains what can go wrong in the voting booth (hanging chads, anyone?) - and why it's crucial to democracy to get it right.

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