The Daily Iowan

UIHC medical records now online

KATIE HEINE

June 13, 2011

Filed under News

The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics has officially deemed online medical record keeping to be safe. Despite security concerns, the UIHC has joined medical centers across the nation by providing patients with instant...

Vinyl record sales increase in Iowa City, nationwide

LUKE VOELZ

June 13, 2011

Filed under News

Greg Markus was bored at his friend’s cabin in Galena, Iowa. The lakeside house was dusty, cramped and almost completely devoid of electronic entertainment. The 14-year-old’s opinion changed when he saw a weathered record...

Former UI student to make Iowa City council run

IAN SCHMIT

June 13, 2011

Filed under News

A former University of Iowa student hopes to become a voice for young people in Iowa City with his newly announced campaign for the Iowa City City Council. Josh Eklow told The Daily Iowan on June 11 that he intends to run f...

PowWow raises breast cancer awareness in Native American community

ZACHARY POUND

June 13, 2011

Filed under News

In a park on the outskirts of Iowa City, the drums of Native American Nations could be heard Sunday as a traditional outfit with feathers, beads, and bells performed songs for women affected by cancer. In the Native American...

UI Sorority director raises money for cancer research

BRIAN ALBERT

June 13, 2011

Filed under News

Jeanette Cummins lost her daughter to breast cancer two years ago, but today she said she’s far from alone. As the house director of Gamma Phi Beta at the University of Iowa, she said, she has received tremendous support from the ...

Officials: Man drove drunk with children in car

DI STAFF

June 13, 2011

Filed under News

The State Patrol arrested a local man last week after he allegedly drove while intoxicated with two children in the car, police said. Joshua Levi Bauwens, 29, 4765 Sand Road S.E., was charged June 9 with OWI and child endangerment. Officers...

Man cited with eighth intoxication charge

DI STAFF

June 13, 2011

Filed under News

Police arrested a local man after he was allegedly intoxicated in public for the eighth time. Brian Timothy Shepherd, 30, 712 E. Market St., Apt. 1, was charged June 6 with habitual consumption/intoxication. According to a police...

Hawkeyes finish 46th at NCAAs

BEN SCHUFF

June 13, 2011

Filed under Sports

Disappointing. That word was uttered far too often over the weekend for the liking of the Iowa men’s track and field team. The Hawkeyes tied for 46th place at the NCAA outdoor track and field championships in Des Moines on...

Women’s basketball continues in offseason

CONRAD SWANSON

June 13, 2011

Filed under Sports

Young women hustled up and down the court of the Field House on the evening of June 11 during tryouts for the Game Time League. The squeak of shoes and shouts from coaches, teammates, and parents echoed through the room. Game...

Prime Time League holds tryouts

SAM ODEYEMI

June 13, 2011

Filed under Sports

Forty-two basketball players turned out to compete in the Prime Time League tryouts at the Field House on June 11. The league is poised for another summer as it enters its 25th year, and league director Randy Larson spoke very...

Iowa City City Council candidates focus on housing, Southeast side is cheering

DI EDITORIAL BOARD

June 13, 2011

Filed under Opinions

This year, there will be three vacant City Council spots to fill, and prospective candidates are hammering out their platforms. Aside from common subjects such as the state of the economy, the 21-ordinance, and downtown development,...

Calling on divine intervention

SHAY O'REILLY

June 13, 2011

Filed under Opinions

“There is a crisis in America,” the man in the video says, standing before a desaturated country field, his eyes stern. “And not just one.” The weary people, lit starkly in their homes and abandoned lots, list their de...