• Iowa in Review: Pseudo Liberals & Racism

    by - May 3, 2018
    This is part of the project, “Chicago: Neither here, nor there” by Glenn “Sonnie” Wooden and Joshua Housing. For Josh’s personal essay, read “Life in the anomaly lane.”  For more on race, socio-economic status, and privilege,...
  • Life in the anomaly lane

    by - May 3, 2018
    This is part of the project, “Chicago: Neither here, nor there” by Joshua Housing and Glenn “Sonnie” Wooden. For Sonnie’s personal essay, read “Iowa in Review: Pseudo Liberals & Racism.”  For more on race, socio-economic status,...
  • Chicago: Neither here, nor there

    by - May 3, 2018
    This is part of the project, “Chicago: Neither here, nor there” by Glenn “Sonnie” Wooden and Joshua Housing. For Sonnie’s personal essay, read “Iowa in Review: Pseudo Liberals & Racism.” For Josh’s personal essay, read “Life in...
  • Video: #MeToo on the University of Iowa’s campus

    by - Apr 26, 2018
    In this video documentary, a DI staffer talks to community leaders about how the #MeToo movement is changing the conversation around sexual misconduct on the UI campus. By Reba Zatz reba-zatz@uiowa.edu April is National Sexual Assault and...
  • Remembering Kamil Jackowski one year later

    by - Apr 17, 2018
    One year ago, University of Iowa freshman Kamil Jackowski died while at a fraternity formal. As friends, family, and campus leaders still cope with his death, new regulations within greek life try to ensure student safety....
  • Brantley Gilbert to stop in Cedar Rapids as part of The Ones That Like Me tour

    by - Apr 5, 2018
    Country artist Brantley Gilbert will return to the U.S. Cellular Center next month. The ‘One Hell of an Amen’ singer talks about reacting to a recent tour-bus fire, engaging with his fans, and writing his next...
  • Iowa regents plan to keep tuition hikes under 4 percent

    by - Apr 3, 2018
    After the state Board of Regents had delayed a tuition discussion, the regents  unveiled a proposal Tuesday under which students at Iowa’s public universities would see tuition increases under 4 percent. The rates for the 2018-19...
  • Parkland shooting survivors speak out, demand change on social media

    by - Feb 17, 2018
    #NeverAgain is becoming a social-media identifier of the Parkland, Florida, shooting survivors. By Grace Pateras grace-pateras@uiowa.edu Students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are taking to social media to voice their anger, sadness, fears, and calls...
  • Jury finds Lamar Wilson guilty at Ped Mall trial

    by - Feb 7, 2018
    On Feb. 7, a jury in Polk County found 24-year-old Lamar Wilson guilty of voluntary manslaughter, two counts of assault with the intent to inflict serious injury, and intimidation with a dangerous weapon, the Des Moines...
  • Daily Iowan staffers win statewide newspaper awards

    by - Feb 4, 2018
      The Daily Iowan received several awards on Friday, Feb. 2 at the 2018 Iowa Newspaper Association awards banquet. The DI placed in 23 categories and took first in nine. The DI is in the Daily Class...

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