•     O’Malley turns to ‘Game of Thrones’

    - Sep 30, 2015
    Autumn is full upon us, which means only one thing: Winter is coming. And the Martin O’Malley campaign is trying to ramp up efforts as Iowa’s first-in-the-nation caucuses approach in February. The former Maryland governor’s campaign
  • Iowa among leaders in obesity

    - Sep 30, 2015
    By Gage Miskimen Half of America’s 50 states have an obesity rate exceeding 30 percent, and Iowa is one of them. This month, the State of Obesity updated its data regarding obesity rates per state.
  • UISG passes funding

    - Sep 29, 2015
    By Alyssa Guzman The University of Iowa Student Government passed a new act and inducted new members Tuesday night. Sophomore Jeremy Vogel was sworn in as the 2015 UISG secretary during the meeting. An additional
  • Soccer kicking again in Rec Center

    - Sep 29, 2015
    Pickup soccer returns to the Rec Center after weeks of negotiating with Recreation Services. By Katelyn Weisbrod Soccer is back at the Rec. After several weeks of protesting and petitioning, a loose group of pickup
  • The Daily Break (09/30/15)

    - Sep 29, 2015
    HOROSCOPES ARIES (March 21-April 19): Focus on improving your health. Get involved in programs that can alleviate issues that have been hindering you. With a little discipline, you will find yourself feeling and looking great. Today
  • Snowden critiques surveillance

    - Sep 29, 2015
    By Cindy Garcia Edward Snowden popped up in Iowa City from nearly 5,000 miles away. Snowden, appearing by web cam, was greeted Monday evening with a standing ovation at a full Englert Theater. Snowden appeared
  • Dance Marathon hikes $ goal

    - Sep 29, 2015
    By Anis Shakirah Mohd Muslimin Dance Marathon hopes to reach even greater fundraising heights for the kids. The University of Iowa Dance Marathon committee recently announced a fundraising goal for the February 2016 event of
  • CLAS Faculty Assembly calls for regents to resign

    - Sep 29, 2015
    By Tom Ackerman Dissent over the appointment of Bruce Harreld has grown. The University of Iowa College of Liberal Arts and Science Faculty Assembly announced Monday they had unanimously approved a motion of no confidence
  • Students amped for philanthropy

    - Sep 29, 2015
    By Bill Cooney Anthony Lehnertz has grown up living and breathing philanthropy work. Lehnertz is a senior at the University of Iowa and the president of the Student Philanthropy Group on campus. The fifth-generation Iowa
  • UI students join climate-change initiative

    - Sep 29, 2015
    By KayLynn Harris Students need to become more involved in the fight against climate change. That is according to Know Tomorrow, a national student-led initiative taking on the issue of climate change at colleges and

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