The Daily Iowan

Iowa City Muslims offer mixed views on Middle East protests

RISHABH R. JAIN

September 24, 2012

Filed under News

Mariam El-Hattab wanted to “clear the air” in Iowa City after a now-infamous anti-Muslim video made in America sparked uprisings in the Muslim world. El-Hattab wanted to answer questions from Iowa City’s non-Muslim...

Bat intrusions disrupt UI community

CASSIDY RILEY

September 24, 2012

Filed under News

Four University of Iowa campus buildings have been treated for bat infestation, and half a dozen students have sought medical attention for bat exposure since the start of the school year, but officials say this is not out of...

UI to use efficient "chiller-heaters" to heat new residence hall

ERIC CLARK

September 24, 2012

Filed under News

As the University of Iowa moves toward its goal of being 40 percent renewable energy efficient in 2020, UI energy engineers are working to implement a more efficient energy system in the newest dorm. The system, which involves...

UISG pushes Wingman initiative

NICK HASSETT

September 24, 2012

Filed under News

University of Iowa Student Government officials relaunched their Wingman campaign Sept. 19, and the program has received mixed reactions from students.  Be Safe, Be Smart, Be a Wingman is the tagline of the latest initiative...

FilmScene project works toward funding permanent downtown cinema

NATE OTJEN

September 24, 2012

Filed under News

Laughter filled the chilly air in City Park this past weekend as more than 100 Iowa City residents sat under the stars for an outdoor showing of the movie Office Space. Moviegoers had the chance to smash a printer — like in ...

Iowa City’s Roosevelt Elementary gets new life

LAUREN COFFEY

September 24, 2012

Filed under News

Although the elementary schools throughout the Iowa City School District may need such renovations as air conditioning and new ceilings, district officials are reviving Roosevelt Elementary to house various programs. The School...

Central Michigan toys with Hawkeye defense in upset

BEN ROSS

September 24, 2012

Filed under Sports

Ryan Radcliff has played Ball State, Western Michigan, Northern Illinois, and Miami (Ohio). But his head coach, Dan Enos, said the Central Michigan quarterback might have just played the best game of his career against Iowa....

Commentary: Gaglione, Hawkeyes lose their cool

SAM LOUWAGIE

September 24, 2012

Filed under Sports

Dan Enos saw an Iowa player and a Central Michigan player exchange punches after a kickoff. He saw the teams engage in post-whistle skirmishes throughout the first quarter on Sept. 22. And he knew the referees “had had enough...

Iowa soccer knocks off Purdue, moves to 2-1 in Big Ten

TOM CLOS

September 24, 2012

Filed under Sports

Senior midfielder Dana Dalrymple’s insurance goal in the 77th minute proved to be vital as the Iowa women’s soccer team moved to over .500 (2-1) in Big Ten play with a 3-2 victory over Purdue at the Iowa Soccer Complex...

Iowa men’s golf holds Alumni Challenge

TOMMY REINKING

September 24, 2012

Filed under Sports

After two weekends of tense tournaments that shaped where the Iowa men’s golf team stands on a national scale, the squad took the time to play a relaxing round of golf with numerous alumni on Sept. 21. The sixth-annual...

Iowa women’s golf team sits out of Hawkeye Alumni Challenge

RYAN PROBASCO

September 24, 2012

Filed under Sports

The fifth-annual Hawkeye Alumni Challenge was meant to be an event for both the Iowa men’s and women’s golf teams. As it turned out, only the men’s team played in the event. “We would have liked to play,...

Editorial: Sustainability through an increase in biomass

DI EDITORIAL BOARD

September 24, 2012

Filed under Opinions

The University of Iowa is taking another step toward environmental sustainability with the construction of the new West Campus dorm. The new facility will include a more-efficient system of heating and cooling based on the circulation...