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What’s Up, Doc?

I got an e-mail last week from a colleague at the Carver College of Medicine. I usually work with this particular colleague on planning class reunions, but this time she wanted to let me know about the Medicine Mini Medical School program.

Anyone interested in medical education, biomedical discoveries, cutting–edge research, and patient care can participate in the program. Your classmates…

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Frozen in Time

This past weekend, I took a short trip to Galena, a historic village in northwest Illinois just 20 miles from the Iowa border and a few miles from Wisconsin. I love strolling the winding narrow streets and seeing the beautifully preserved architecture that is as striking today as it was in the mid 1800s. Eighty-five percent of the city has…

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Going to Extremes

Over the years, Dan Gable has certainly been considered by some to be intense, if not extreme. Gable, legendary Hawkeye wrestling coach and Olympic champion, recently put his extreme passion for wrestling and for helping others to good use. The Extreme Makeover episode that aired last night on  ABC shows Gable joining the  Extreme Makeover team to renovate a home for…

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Ghost Town

This is the last week that University of Iowa students are on break.  Things are quiet.  I am going to enjoy this last week before the students return, but I’m also excited for everything to ramp back up again.

With spring semester right around the corner, we have a new S.T.A.T. executive board starting up, and I’m looking forward to some…

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To Your Health

I have had a horrible cough for about a month now. The kind that—when it really gets going—wracks my body and makes tears roll down my cheeks. I don’t know where to find my immune system these days; it seems I’ve battled a series of respiratory illnesses in recent months with hardly a break in between. My co-workers are suffering,…

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An “Official” Hawkeye

My father was so excited to take me to my first Iowa basketball game; I was seven years old and remember it well. I got a new white satin jacket (now retro) for Christmas with my name and “Future Hawkeye Cheerleader” embroidered on the front left side to wear to the nearly new Carver-Hawkeye Arena. This was the first of…

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Big Dream Gathering Progress

Last November, the UIAA hosted an amazing event called the Big Dream Gathering.  The evening was abuzz with energy and positive can-do attitudes.  It’s been two months, and I would like to hear if anyone made progress on their dreams.

It is understandable that many who attended (including me) were motivated to begin their dreams, but, after reality sat in,…

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Award Zone

CASE V Award

For Iowa Alumni Magazine staff, a little ray of sunshine lit up this gloomy November week. On Monday, we learned that the CASE V region of the Council for the Support and Advancement of Education (CASE) had selected one of our features to receive a gold award for excellence.

The award recognized Associate Editor Kathryn Howe and Editor Tina Owen for…

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