• Increasing gender-neutral options

    - Oct 23, 2015
    The University of Iowa is part of a national trend to increase gender-neutral opportunities on campus, including housing. “We just want to make sure that everybody has basic functions met so that way folks can focus...
  • Eating corn, checking out fairs

    - Oct 23, 2015
    By Quentin Misiag For more than seven months, the national campaign apparatus to catapult Jeb Bush into the White House has dispatched the Republican candidate’s 31-year-old son as a sort of lifeline to capture millennial...
  • The Daily Break (10/23/15)

    - Oct 22, 2015
    HOROSCOPES ARIES (March 21-April 19): You can make a difference if you voice your opinion and do your best to bring about positive changes. Let your competitive nature put you in a position in which you...
  • Protesters voice their displeasure with regents

    - Oct 22, 2015
    By Austin Petroski and Cindy Garcia | “Hey, hey, ho, ho, the Board of Regents has to go,” was the chant heard echoing throughout an overflowing IMU Main Lounge as the regents looked away....
  • Biden decision catches Iowans by surprise

    - Oct 22, 2015
    Loyal backers of Vice President Joe Biden found themselves both left in a state of mourning and flux Wednesday after the Delaware lawmaker’s decision to not seek the 2016 Democratic nomination. Many say they are unsure...
  • Consultant: Don’t compete for students

    - Oct 22, 2015
    TIER emphasizes reduced competition By Cindy Garcia A company hired by the regents to give Iowa’s universities another look asked them to stop the competition for students. Pappas Consulting Group provided an update of the...
  • The Black Angel

    - Oct 22, 2015
    With Halloween just a few weeks away, Daily Iowan TV’s Megan Sanchez took a look at one of the famous haunts of Iowa City: The Black Angel. Driving a few minutes into Oakland Cemetery brings visitors...
  • Dancers could move across river

    - Oct 22, 2015
    A potential new home could be coming for dance majors. By Lauren O’Machel Halsey Hall, dating back to 1915, has been the East Side home of dance majors for years. However, rumors around programs, such...
  • Celebrating the United Nations

    - Oct 22, 2015
    By Anis Shakirah Mohd Muslimin Decades after its origin, the United Nations is still going strong. Chris Whatley, the executive director of the United Nations Association of the United States, was in Iowa City on...
  • Police briefs

    - Oct 22, 2015
    Man charged with domestic abuse Authorities have accused an Iowa City man of abusing a woman. Alexis Kuberski, 35, was charged with domestic-abuse assault impeding air/blood flow causing on Oct. 14. According to online court documents,...

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