The Daily Iowan

Coming through the bias

MEGAN SANCHEZ

April 28, 2014

Filed under News

A man wakes up around 5 a.m. to turn on the coffeemaker and get on the Internet. He surfs the web, flips through the channels on the TV, and has his first cup of coffee for the day. This is the morning routine for 33-year-ol...

Locals encourage mobile vending

KAITLIN DEWULF

April 28, 2014

Filed under News

From traditional hot dogs to freshly prepared burritos, mobile vending is a popular trend that lacks the space in downtown Iowa City to match its growth. Community members were given the opportunity to express their concerns about mobil...

E-books’ benefits questioned

LILY ABROMEIT

April 28, 2014

Filed under News

Having knowledge and information at the tip of your fingertips at all times may be convenient, but two researchers have found some technology, such as e-books, may cause problems. When the e-book fad hit college campuses, Jordan...

Pediatric Associates to join UI Health Care

ABIGAIL MEIER

April 28, 2014

Filed under News

Families seeking children’s health services can now chose from a broader area of specialized care. Pediatric Associates of Iowa City, 615 E. Jefferson St. and its parking lot at 605 E. Jefferson St., was purchased for $...

School District plans redistricting

DANIEL SEIDL

April 28, 2014

Filed under News

Officials are taking a community-based approach to redesigning attendance areas for the Iowa City School District. “What I think is important is that we involve people in a solution-based way,” said School Board member...

Bullpen finds their stride

JACOB SHEYKO

April 28, 2014

Filed under Sports

Iowa baseball coach Rick Heller has options. When an Iowa starting pitcher has seen his last batter, Heller can turn to an abundance of arms in the bullpen. A lack of arms isn’t the problem. The problem this season has...

Commentary: Don’t let Donald Sterling’s remarks overshadow the NBA’s progress over intolerance

RYAN PROBASCO

April 28, 2014

Filed under Sports

One year ago today, Brooklyn Nets’ center Jason Collins became the first openly gay athlete in a major American team sport. His bravery and courage inspired the likes of Michael Sam, Derrick Gordon and surely thousands of...

Dolphin optimistic about Hawks

JOSHUA BOLANDER

April 28, 2014

Filed under Sports

The Daily Iowan sat down with the ‘Voice of the Hawkeyes’ Gary Dolphin to talk about this year’s Spring Game. The Daily Iowan: Gary, you have been around the team a lot this spring. Anything jump out to you ...

Iowa softball to take on Western Illinois

DI STAFF

April 28, 2014

Filed under Sports

The Iowa softball team is hoping for clear skies today as it prepares to take Pearl Field against the Leathernecks of Western Illinois. The game marks the beginning of the Hawkeyes’ final home stand of the year, and they...

Ferentz names 12 to leadership group

DI STAFF

April 28, 2014

Filed under Sports

Iowa football head coach Kirk Ferentz announced Monday that 12 players have been named to the University of Iowa football program’s 2014 Leadership Group. The group will help formulate team policies and play a part in team...

Editorial: New pot laws not enough

DI EDITORIAL BOARD

April 28, 2014

Filed under Opinions

The Iowa Senate, in a move that could be gauged as courageous only by the dreadfully low standards of Iowa’s (or for that matter, America’s) politics, passed a bill that decriminalized cannabis oil for use in the treatment...

Elliot: Race goes to the Swift-est

BEAU ELLIOT

April 28, 2014

Filed under Opinions

A lot has been made recently (not to be mired in the passive voice or anything, although there are worse things to be mired in) about comments by LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling and Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy. That lot has...