The Daily Iowan

Celebration marks new beginnings for UI arts programs, facilities

ALISON CRISSMAN

June 13, 2013

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While University of Iowa officials say music- and art-focused enrollment initially decreased after the loss of several Arts Campus facilities in the flood of 2008, popularity for those programs are on the upswing. They hope...

Supervisors mull future Pathways subsidizing

QUENTIN MISIAG

June 13, 2013

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Although recent heightened focus regarding Johnson County governmental relations has been over the looming possibilities of cutting half-fare and Sunday service for the SEATS para-transit service, cuts to an additional entity...

Younger Champion eyes council

EMMA WILLIS

June 13, 2013

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After serving for 16 years on the Iowa City City Council, Connie Champion says she will not run again in this year’s election — but another Champion could be joining the council in her absence. “We make decisions...

Police locate escapee

ROBERT CROZIER

June 13, 2013

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An Iowa City man was charged after allegedly speeding under the influence of alcohol with a revoked driver’s license and escaping from police custody. Pedro Gemartino, 21, was charged May 30 with OWI, driving while barred,...

Coralville Strip "near full recovery"

LARS HEADINGTON

June 13, 2013

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Just five years after floodwaters ravaged the business community along the Coralville Strip, commerce is bustling, and there’s cautious confidence among many businesses that line the south banks of the Iowa River and Clear...

UI "at the forefront" of interpersonal psychotherapy

ROBERT CROZIER and TONY PHAN

June 13, 2013

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Experts say the University of Iowa is “at the forefront” of interpersonal psychotherapy because of its health-care system and hospitals. WorldCanvass recorded a discussion with a panel of international experts on...

Iowa City man charged with possessing contraband

ROBERT CROZIER

June 13, 2013

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An Iowa City man has been charged after allegedly attempting to smuggle a razor blade into the Johnson County jail. Xzavier Mallard, 22, was charged Wednesday with possessing contraband. According to an Iowa City police complaint,...

Iowa City man charged with criminal mischief and burglary

ROBERT CROZIER

June 13, 2013

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An Iowa City man has been charged after allegedly breaking into an East Court Street apartment complex. Charles Wilson Jr., 23, was charged June 7 with second-degree criminal mischief, second-degree burglary, and third-degree...

Iowa tennis players put the "student" back in student-athlete

DOMINICK WHITE

June 13, 2013

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Hawkeye men’s tennis players Garret Dunn, Andres Estenssoro, Michael Swank, Chase Tomlins, and Joey White were five of Iowa’s 57 student athletes to receive Academic All-Big Ten recognition for the 2013 spring semester....

Disterhoft is ready to begin her Hawkeye career

RYAN YOUNG

June 13, 2013

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Ally Disterhoft has a poster that shows her staring up at the 2004-05 Iowa women’s basketball team. On that poster, left of the 9-year-old Disterhoft, running vertical are the block words “Dream Big” in all...

Prime Time League set to fill summer’s basketball void

MATT CABEL

June 13, 2013

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While the seats of Carver-Hawkeye Arena remain empty and the lights dim, Iowa City’s newfound hunger for its basketball team will be fed when the annual Prime Time Basketball League kicks off play on June 20 in the North...

Iowa women’s basketball lands fourth member of 2014 recruiting class

CODY GOODWIN

June 13, 2013

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The Iowa women’s basketball team has added a fourth member to its 2014 recruiting class. Chase Coley, a 6-3 guard from Minneapolis, committed to play basketball for the Iowa women’s hoops program on Thursday. Coley joins...