• Correction

    - Dec 2, 2015
    In the Dec. 1 article “Incoming councilors study city Issues,” the Daily Iowan reported incorrectly that Iowa City City Councilor Terry Dickens was not re-elected. His seat was not up for a vote in this year’s...
  • Tutoring on the heels of finals

    - Dec 2, 2015
    With finals week coming up, many University of Iowa students are spending longer hours at the library. But some students may be missing out on opportunities to help raise their GPAs. Run by the office of...
  • Clinton returns to Iowa

    - Dec 2, 2015
    Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton will be back in Iowa this week to discuss job creation. Clinton will present her five-year, $275 billion plan, which would create jobs and increase wages. The former secretary of State’s...
  • Officials condemn racist message

    - Dec 2, 2015
    University of Iowa President Bruce Harreld electronically condemned an incident of a racist remark carved into a bathroom stall found Monday. According to an email sent to the campus community, the message was on a bathroom...
  • The Daily Break (12/02/15)

    - Dec 1, 2015
    HOROSCOPES ARIES‭ (‬March‭ ‬21-April‭ ‬19‭)‬:‭ ‬Do your best to relate to others regardless of whether it involves business,‭ ‬romance, or pleasure.‭ ‬Your steadfast approach to getting things done will enhance your reputation and impress your colleagues.‭...
  • Council OKs temp shelter

    - Dec 1, 2015
    By Austin Petroski All the main questions regarding a temporary winter homeless shelter have been resolved. The Iowa City City Council approved a resolution Monday authorizing City Manager Tom Markus to contribute $20,000 toward a...
  • Cruz’s poll numbers rise

    - Dec 1, 2015
    By Quentin Misiag CORALVILLE — Republican presidential candidate Sen.Ted Cruz — buoyed by rising presidential poll numbers in the state — began the final day of retail politicking of his latest visit here like clockwork....
  • Rhodes scholar eyes world

    - Dec 1, 2015
    By Zhao Li One student will jet around the world once again — this time, on a prestigious scholarship. UI senior Jeffrey Ding will pursue a master’s degree in international relations at the University of...
  • Downtown spruces up for holidays

    - Dec 1, 2015
    By Alex Kramer If the holiday shopping season hasn’t had downtown bubbling with customers already, maybe a long list of Christmas-themed activities will. Every Saturday from now until Dec. 19, the Iowa City Downtown District...
  • Incoming councilors study city issues

    - Dec 1, 2015
    By Austin Petroski Incumbent and newly elected Iowa City city councilors met Monday to discuss future plans for the city. Jeff Schott, director of the University of Iowa Institute of Public Affairs, sat with councilors,...

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