• A local brew on the horizon

    by - Oct 1, 2015
    A new brewery will open soon in Iowa City. By Alex Kramer alexandria-kramer@uiowa.edu A new local brewery will fill gap in the Iowa City food and drink scene. The Iowa City Brewlab is the latest addition...
  • Jindal not going away

    by - Oct 1, 2015
    By Rebecca Morin rebecca-morin@uiowa.edu Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal is not leaving the Republican presidential field any time soon. “I think the establishment would love to clear the field, they would love for this to be a...
  • Group aims to aid LGBTQ

    by - Oct 1, 2015
    A new organization gives support to LGBTQ youth. By Ali Krogman alison-krogman@uiowa.edu A new Iowa coalition is working to advocate on behalf of LGBTQ-identified youth in the juvenile court and welfare systems. AFFIRM, a coalition made...
  • VIDEO: We are Phil

    by - Oct 1, 2015
    By Lily Abromeit We Are Phil is taking over campus again to raise support for giving back. Phil is short for philanthropy and is the University of Iowa faculty and staff campaign to give back to...
  • Corrections

    by - Oct 1, 2015
    In the Sept. 14 issue of The Daily Iowan, the article “In the presence of fame” said that the father of Gates Daniel is named Clifton Daniel Jr. His name is Clifton Truman Daniel. The DI regrets...
  • Ripslinger rebounds after knee injury

    by - Oct 1, 2015
    The Davenport native is getting back on the field after taking a redshirt injury year. By Courtney Baumann courtney-baumann@uiowa.edu “Fake it till you make it” has been Rose Ripslinger’s motto since she tore her ACL right...
  • Newbies shine in the water

    by - Oct 1, 2015
    Katie Wells and Kelly McNamara earned statement wins against Illinois-Chicago. By jake mosbach jacob-mosbach@uiowa.edu When the Iowa women’s swimming and diving team defeated Illinois-Chicago last weekend, two inexperienced freshmen made waves with their impressive wins. Katie...
  • Putt-putt golf it’s not

    by - Oct 1, 2015
    Diving into the importance of putting in golf. by Rod Engblom roderick-engblom@uiowa.edu The classic golf saying: “driving’s for show, putting’s for dough” has some truth. It brings home the reality that every shot counts in golf....
  • Harriers lean on experienced runners

    by - Oct 1, 2015
    Upperclassmen lead the way for the Hawks’ young runners. by Connor Sindberg connor-sindberg@uiowa.edu One theme that has stood out early into the season for the women’s cross-country team is the value of having experience. In the...
  • Runners pump (& pump) iron

    by - Oct 1, 2015
    The Hawk men’s cross-country team benefits from the weight room. by Adam Hensley adam-hensley@uiowa.edu Unknown to most fans, weightlifting is a main staple of the Iowa cross-country program. The majority might envision these athletes spending their...

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