• We’re still miles from a two-state solution

    by - Sep 16, 2015
    Last week, the U.N. General Assembly voted in favor of flying a Palestinian flag in front of U.N. buildings. The motion passed with 119 votes, the United States and Israel two of the only eight countries...
  • Sweeping police brutality under the rug with settlements

    by - Sep 16, 2015
    By Marcus Brown marcusvbrown@gmail.com In a case of tragic mistaken identity, retired professional tennis player James Blake was brutally arrested by plainclothes NYPD Officer James Frascatore on Sept. 9 due to suspected involvement in a ring...
  • Taking a stand

    by - Sep 16, 2015
    Samuel Studer samuel-studer@uiowa.edu Have you ever heard of Nicole Arbour? You’re not alone; neither have I. Though Arbour is a YouTube celebrity, many had not heard of her until her video on “fat shaming” spread across...
  • Oath-keepers, the new American terrorists

    by - Sep 16, 2015
    By Jacob Prall prall.jacob@gmail.com America is threatened. Heavily armed militants, ready to shoot U.S. federal and state officials in the name of their religion, are on our soil. What’s crazy is that their contempt for America...
  • Quotables: What Iowa football players had to say — 9/15

    by - Sep 15, 2015
      Members of the Iowa football team met with the media Tuesday. By Jordan Hansen Jordan-Hansen@uiowa.edu Every week, the Iowa football team meets with the media to discuss anything and everything. The Hawkeyes beat Iowa State...
  • Highlights from Kirk Ferentz’s Press Conference — 9/15

    by - Sep 15, 2015
      Iowa head football coach Kirk Ferentz speaks with the media each Tuesday during the football season. Every week, The Daily Iowan‘s Pregame Staff will post highlights, interesting quotes and lines from Ferentz’s press conference. … Welcome...
  • Locals ponder new wage law

    by - Sep 15, 2015
    By Ali Krogman alison-krogman@uiowa.edu City leaders and local businesses believe it is too early to tell how the Johnson County minimum-wage ordinance will affect Iowa City. Last week, the Johnson County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved...
  • VandeBerg off to a hot start

    by - Sep 15, 2015
    Wide receiver Matt VandeBerg has been Iowa’s best receiver through two games this season. By Danny Payne daniel-payne-1@uiowa.edu Coming into the season, there were questions surrounding Iowa’s wide receivers. Many wondered who would catch passes from...
  • Obama stresses education in DM

    by - Sep 15, 2015
    President Obama visits North High in Des Moines for a town-hall discussion about America’s education system. By Aaron Walker aaron-walker-1@uiowa.edu For Russhaun Johnson, the student-body president at North High School in Des Moines, education is more...
  • Take a bike, UI says

    by - Sep 15, 2015
    The Fall Bike Challenge encourages students and commuters to get out and ride their bikes. By Katelyn Weisbrod katelyn-weisbrod@uiowa.edu The best way to get college students’ attention is simple: use social and free stuff. That’s the...

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