• No. 17 field hockey splits in Virginia

    by - Sep 8, 2015
    The Iowa field-hockey team competed on the road this past weekend against two non-ranked squads, Richmond and James Madison, in Harrisonburg, Virginia. The team came home with a 1-1 finish, rolling Richmond, 5-1, but falling short...
  • Harriers fall short but show promise

    by - Sep 8, 2015
    Running unattached, some freshmen steal the show for the Hawkeyes. By Adam Hensley adam-hensley@uiowa.edu The Hawkeyes placed fourth in the Hawkeye Early Bird Invitational in their first contest of the year. Iowa State won the meet,...
  • Harriers show some promise

    by - Sep 8, 2015
    Sophomore Madison Waymire and freshman Andrea Shine ran impressively in the Hawkeye Early Bird Invitational. By Connor Sindberg connor-sindberg@uiowa.edu The Iowa women’s cross-country team kicked off the new season on Sept. 4, hosting the Hawkeye Early...
  • The rise of non-politicians

    by - Sep 8, 2015
    Politicians as a whole, it appears, would be well served by a rebranding. In the latest GOP poll by Monmouth University, the top two candidates in the Republican Party race have no political careers. Donald Trump,...
  • Where is the line on self-defense? 

    by - Sep 8, 2015
    Christopher Cervantes cmikemayvantes@gmail.com If there is anything that the history of journalistic storytelling has proven, it is that there are numerous ways and angles to tell the story. The perfect type of frame is all that...
  • Clear day in LA

    by - Sep 8, 2015
    Beau Elliot beauelliot@gmail.com Me? Oh, nothing. I’m just sitting here sneezing (it’s sneezing season) and wondering how (and when) Iowa City became part of the LA metro area. I mean, when I lived in the greater...
  • Letters to the Editor

    by - Sep 8, 2015
    School Board endorsements   The Iowa City School District has an opportunity to elect a super majority of the School Board today. As a naturalized citizen of this country, I hope you will exercise your constitutional...
  • Payne: Putting Iowa’s victory in perspective

    by - Sep 6, 2015
      Iowa bested Illinois State, 31-14, on Sept. 5. By Danny Payne daniel-payne-1@uiowa.edu Proceed with cautious optimism, Hawkeye fans. Your team’s win over Illinois State on Sept. 5 was exactly what the program needed. Iowa set the tone early,...
  • Iowa defense looks promising

    by - Sep 6, 2015
      Iowa managed to shut down Illinois State’s offense with a balanced defensive effort. By Jordan Hansen Jordan-Hansen@uiowa.edu In 13 games last season, Iowa totaled 27 sacks. Nearly half came from players who are not on...
  • Five Things We Learned: Hawks-Redbirds

    by - Sep 6, 2015
      The Iowa football team earned its first victory of the season on Sept. 5, downing Illinois State, 31-14, in Kinnick Stadium. With that in mind, here are five things we learned from watching the Hawks down...

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