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Astrology forecast for January 2015

Even in normal times, you are a fount of regeneration. Your ever-growing hair and fingernails are visible signs of your nonstop renewal. A lot of other action happens without your conscious awareness. For example, your tastebuds replace themselves every two weeks. You produce 200 billion red blood cells and 10 billion white blood cells every day. Every month the epidermis of your skin is completely replaced, and every 12 months your lungs are composed of a fresh set of cells. In 2015, you will continue to revitalize yourself in all these ways, but will also undergo a comparable regeneration of your mind and soul. Here’s my prediction: This will be a year of renaissance, rejuvenation and reinvention. […]

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Savage Love: Programming notes

I have been wearing bras and panties with stockings for so long now, it’s become a part of me, and I was wondering if you have heard of this before. — Sent From Samsung Mobile People wearing bras and panties and stockings—that is something I’ve heard of before. A quick programming note: Some weeks, half […]

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‘Widespread’ Influenza outbreak hits Iowa

Influenza has reached every geographic region of the state of Iowa according to a statement released Monday by the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH). Officials have now categorized the outbreak as “widespread” — the highest level of activity possible as specified by the Center for Disease Control (CDC). In the last week, Iowa has […]

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Iowa City’s West High ranked best public school in the state

Iowa City’s West Senior High School is the best public high school in Iowa according to a report released earlier this month by Niche, a ranking and review website for colleges and K-12 schools. In addition, Iowa City High and John F. Kennedy High School (Cedar Rapids) rank as Iowa’s fifth and sixth best schools, […]

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Serving our community: People of impact

We can’t always pick our callings, our duties and obligations. Yet for some in Iowa City, the needs of the community present an undeniable call to action. Individuals who lead not because they desire fame or glory, but because the community needs it—requires it—lest we suffer as a whole. These figures are important. Not because […]

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On two wheels: Tips for biking through the winter

It’s common to dread winter’s wrath, but one way to acclimate to low temperatures and snow is by commuting on bike. It might seem intimidating, but bike riding in colder months is easy with some level of preparation. To encourage winter biking, the University of Iowa Office of Sustainability, in conjunction with the UI Bicycle […]

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