The University of Iowa athletic department announced Thursday they will begin beer and wine sales throughout the stadium at football games this fall. The university will also implement alcohol sales at Carver-Hawkeye Arena, Duane Banks Field (baseball) and Bob Pearl Field (softball) as part of a pilot program.
Alcohol sales will stop at the end of the third quarter. Of the alcohol sales, 30% will benefit Iowa’s Alcohol Harm Reduction effort. The University of Iowa joins the University of Northern Iowa and Drake University in allowing alcohol sales at athletic events.
Student use of alcoholic beverages is prohibited on campus except as follows: … The scope of the prohibition includes student organization events which take place off campus as well as on-campus events. Alcoholic beverages cannot be purchased with mandatory student fees or with registered student organization funds.
Eastern Iowa beermakers Backpocket, Big Grove and SingleSpeed will be sold at Iowa Hawkeyes football games, starting with the Sept. 4 season-opener.
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|3||Dean Smith Center||21,750|
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|Owner||Iowa Hawkeye Athletics|
|Operator||The University of Iowa|
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Michigan, Michigan State, Nebraska, Northwestern, Penn State, and Wisconsin are the remaining Big Ten schools to not sell alcohol to the general public during football games.
In addition, Wisconsin, Penn State, Michigan State and Northwestern sell or offer alcohol as part of seat donations in private suites and other premium seating areas. That leaves Nebraska and Michigan as the only conference schools remaining totally dry on game days.
*Northwestern prohibits alcohol sales to the general public at any athletics venues.
It is illegal to try and buy alcohol for someone aged under 18. It is LEGAL to buy a child aged between 16-18 beer, wine or cider if they are eating a table meal at a licensed premises.
The possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages on the Iowa State University campus will be permitted in accordance with state law.
The University of Northern Iowa already sells alcohol in its UNI-Dome, except for sites near the student section. Iowa State University doesn’t sell alcohol widely in its venues, and officials told The Gazette they don’t have immediate plans to change that.
Here is what you CAN and CAN’T take into Iowa football games this season. Items you are allowed to bring in include: blankets and seat cushions (with no back support) bottled water (sealed, non-flavored, 1 per person)
IOWA CITY, Iowa (KCRG) – Saturday’s home football game will be the first time Hawkeye fans will be able to purchase beer and wine products inside the stadium. The University of Iowa is the 8th Big Ten school to allow the sales of alcohol inside athletic venues.
|Arena||Madison Square Garden|
|Location||New York City, New York|
|Team(s)||New York Knicks|
The loudest arena in college basketball has given the Duke Blue Devils the best home-court advantage for more than a decade. Duke hasn’t lost a non-conference game at Cameron Indoor Stadium in more than 10 years.
Hinkle Fieldhouse – Butler University
Home to the Butler Bulldogs men’s basketball team, Hinkle Fieldhouse, which was built in 1928 and renamed in 1966 after Paul D. Hinkle, is one of the oldest college basketball stadiums still in use. The fieldhouse is also a US national historic landmark.
January 3, 1983
Lucille was a former board member of Carver Pump Co., Carver Foundry Products, and Bandag Inc., and also a former trustee of the Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust.
Carver’s wealth was estimated to range from $200 million to $300 million. However, his wealth was also shrouded in intrigue. The deal foundered, however, when it failed to produce any salable oil, and Mr. Carver ended up embroiled in a $42 million lawsuit against a Texas oil company also involved in the deal.
Roy James Carver (December 15, 1909 – June 7, 1981) was an American industrialist and philanthropist. Carver started the Carver Pump Factory with his brother and then later owned the company Bandag, which gained the 909th spot on Fortune’s top 1,000 companies.
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