• Ex-Hawk volleyball player heads across the seas

    by - Jul 13, 2017
    A former Hawkeye volleyball player prepares for her upcoming tournament in Taiwan before she turns pro in Germany. By Jordan Zuniga jordan-zuniga@uiowa.edu On July 7, former Hawkeye volleyball player Ashley Mariani signed a contract with the...
  • Glasson stresses everyday people

    by - Jul 13, 2017
    Cathy Glasson held a 2018 gubernatorial campaign event in Iowa City’s Lucky’s Market on Wednesday. Glasson said Democrats can take Iowa by being bold and progressive. By Madeleine Neal madeleine-neal@uiowa.edu For Democrat Cathy Glasson, Iowa’s 2018...
  • Finding the stars of summer

    by - Jul 13, 2017
    With the NBA Draft over, now the attention shifts to the new prospects. Some might find themselves making a roster while others will go overseas or to the G-League. One of our Daily Iowan staffers goes...
  • First things first for Judkins

    by - Jul 13, 2017
    Hawkeye baseball player Grant Judkins has spent his summer working tirelessly for a chance to win the starting first-base job. By Jordan Zuniga jordan-zuniga@uiowa.edu This past spring, the Iowa baseball team experienced a lot of success,...
  • See what’s never been done before

    by - Jul 13, 2017
    JOYRIDE and Eight Horn Unicorn come together in two teams showcasing Cedar Rapids improv. By Levi Wright levi-wright@uiowa.edu Two teams will come together through improv this weekend, showing what can be done with just one word....
  • Armstrong: Local composting will help reduce waste

    by - Jul 13, 2017
    Food waste adds 18,000 tons each year to the Iowa City landfill; composting and food mindfulness is the solution. By Dot Armstrong dorothy-armstrong@uiowa.edu Composting is often invoked as the grossest holy grail of environmentally conscious living....
  • Traversing the enigma inside a mystery

    by - Jul 13, 2017
    By Levi Wright levi-wright@uiowa.edu Found Audio takes readers through a story that has been passed on through time shrouded in mystery and adventure. On July 16, N.J. Campbell will read from his novel, Found Audio, at...
  • Prall: Republican Party no friend to Iowa farmers

    by - Jul 13, 2017
    As the GOP makes more and more decisions to reward only the most wealthy, Iowan farmers get hurt. By Jacob Prall jacob-prall@uiowa.edu Traveling between my home in Cedar Rapids and my residence in Iowa City, I...
  • Letter to the editor: Military-spending measure should not be ignored

    by - Jul 13, 2017
    The National Defense Authorization Act would make the military budget 114 times larger than the EPA’s. <br />  Congress will work on a bill with the largest impact on U.S. taxpayers after its Fourth of July...
  • One person transported to hospital after two vehicles collide on Burlington Street

    by - Jul 12, 2017
    Two opposing cars were involved in a collision at the intersection of Burlington and Governor Streets at approximately 12:20 p.m. July 12, according to Iowa City police Investigator Andy Rich. <br />    The collision obstructed traffic for...

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