• Owens family says Harreld shows “strong leadership,” UI releases another statement

    - May 4, 2016
    The family of Marcus Owens said the University of Iowa’s response since it released a statement early Wednesday morning has been “acceptable.” Owens’ uncle told The Daily Iowan University of Iowa President Bruce Harreld has been
  • Updated: Officials respond to #ExplainIowa

    - May 4, 2016
      UPDATE: 11:51 a.m. Iowa City Police released a statement, which was later sent out by the University of Iowa as a Hawk Alert: On Monday, May 2, 2016, at 11:21 p.m., an individual came to
  • Living in the valley of crisis

    - May 4, 2016
    One University of Iowa law graduate shows a Daily Iowan photographer what life in a refugee camp is like. By Mary Mathis I turned my face to the bus window, sobbing silently, hoping the Syrian refugees
  • Money, Money, Money

    - May 4, 2016
    By DI Staff  From everyday Iowans to U.S. senators to Super PACs, the U.S. candidates running for Congress are trying to raise enough funds for the primary and general elections. Here are the first quarter filings
  • A diet of more than grass leaves

    - May 4, 2016
    Correction: In the print edition of the May 4 article “A Diet More Than Grass,” The Daily Iowan incorrectly identified a subject of a photo as graduate student Zachary Turpin. The photo is of Tom Keegan, the head
  • Cruz departs into sunset time

    - May 4, 2016
    By Mitch McAndrew Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, whose antiestablishment rhetoric and evangelical appeal secured an Iowa caucus victory in February, has dropped out of the 2016 presidential race. “I said I would continue on as
  • Ding nears graduation, reflects on UI

    - May 4, 2016
    By Kendrew Panyanouvong As Jeffrey Ding prepares to part ways with the University of Iowa he reflected on the  “amazing opportunities” he’s received while at the UI, which include being awarded four distinguished recognitions. UI
  • Delving into 20-something nation

    - May 4, 2016
    Tony Tulathimutte, a Writers’ Workshop alum, will read from his début novel Thursday at Prairie Lights. By Isaac Hamlet Margaux Weisman can point to the exact line from Private Citizens that had her hooked: “Undergrad
  • Gateway is finally coming

    - May 4, 2016
    After years of planning, the construction of a massive flood mitigation project to elevate Dubuque Street and the building of a new Park Road bridge will finally begin. At its meeting Tuesday night, the Iowa City
  • Don’t dump movement continues

    - May 4, 2016
    By Kaylyn Kluck In the rush to move out of the dorms next week, students might throw out many unwanted items, but the University of Iowa Office of Sustainability is asking them to consider putting

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