• Tuition freezes for UI but excludes UNI, ISU

    - Sep 10, 2015
    By Ali Krogman CEDAR FALLS — University of Iowa students won’t see an increase in tuition second semester, but students at peer institutions will. The state Board of Regents voted Wednesday to raise tuition for...
  • Austin Love takes on rowing

    - Sep 10, 2015
    Every week, Daily Iowan TV reporter Austin Love will take on a new campus organization and document his experience. By Lily Abromeit Bright and early at six a.m., the University of Iowa Men’s Rowing team is out...
  • Gas prices at a low for Labor Day

    - Sep 10, 2015
    By Lily Abromeit Gas prices are at a record low and some experts are calling it a trend in Iowa and the rest of the country. According to a recent report by, a site that...
  • UPDATED: Former Hawkeye Tyler Sash dead at 27

    - Sep 9, 2015
    Former Iowa safety Tyler Sash has passed away at age 27. By DI Pregame staff [UPDATE TWO (7:45 p.m., Wednesday): Visitation and funeral arrangements for Sash have been set, with Bates Funeral Chapel handling the...
  • Eating locally still reigns

    - Sep 10, 2015
    Local food still hot in Iowa City. By Cindy Garcia Locavorism, or the tendency to consume local food, has been taking hold of the United States. That trend is what Ion Bogdan Vasi — a...
  • Harreld selected as new UI president, regents’ decision condemned

    - Sep 4, 2015
    Regents select Harreld By DI Staff Amid the applause came a cry of “For Shame.” After interviews and a 90-minute deliberation, the state Board of Regents unanimously selected business consultant Bruce Harreld as the 21st president...
  • Spikeball piques UI interest

    - Sep 4, 2015
    Spikeball begins at the UI with strong interest and growing potential. By Katelyn Weisbrod Four people dance around a small net on the ground, jumping and diving to keep a ball in the air and...
  • FryFest jubilation home again

    - Sep 3, 2015
    By Devyn Young A sea of black and gold. Iowa sports fans are familiar with this image while at football games, tailgating with friends, and cheering on the Hawkeyes in Carver-Hawkeye Arena. Fans who attend...
  • Move on yuan affects local students

    - Sep 2, 2015
    How will the Chinese currency devaluation affect the lives of Chinese students? By Zhao Li In the face of a weak Chinese economy, the Chinese yuan has been devalued against the U.S. dollar, leaving the...
  • O’Malley comfortable as underdog

    - Aug 31, 2015
    By Quentin Misiag When it comes to his current place in the polls, Martin O’Malley will admit he’s down. He’ll go as far as to confess that he’s an “unknown candidate” for president in 2016....

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