The Daily Iowan

Hancher, Voxman moving along

KRISTEN BARON

June 15, 2014

Filed under News

A masterpiece isn’t made in a day. But University of Iowa students, along with Iowa City residents, can look forward to seeing the complete shape of the new University of Iowa Hancher and Voxman Music Building within the...

Ernst in the spotlight at GOP state convention

QUENTIN MISIAG

June 15, 2014

Filed under News

One way or another, Joni Ernst has stood out from her political contenders. When many of her state opponents were busy scraping together funds to keep their campaigns going, she was standing alongside some of the nation’s...

Tuition-free summer to continue next year

ERIN MARSHALL

June 15, 2014

Filed under News

Underclassmen have an additional incentive to help them stay on track to graduate in four years. The program, which the University of Iowa is offering for the first time this summer, will be offered again next summer to stude...

Meanwhile, back at the Hub

DI STAFF

June 15, 2014

Filed under News

Hamburg catches fire Hamburg Inn No. 2, 214 N. Linn St., is undergoing renovation after a fire broke out in the early hours of May 18. Fire officials said the fire — which destroyed a majority of the basement of the Hamburg I...

UI sees rise in applicants

KRISTEN BARON

June 15, 2014

Filed under News

University of Iowa students will see more new faces than in past years. The number of people who have applied to the UI has steadily increased over the last several years. In 2012, the UI had 19,430 applicants, and in 2013,...

Local man accused of cashing fictitious checks

DI STAFF

June 15, 2014

Filed under News

Authorities have accused a local man of cashing fictitious checks that totaled more than $1,500. According to an Iowa City police complaint, Patterson cashed two checks — one for $725.46 and the other for $802.54 — at th...

Three takeaways from Prime Time League tryouts

DANNY PAYNE

June 15, 2014

Filed under Sports

The Prime Time League kicked off Sunday with tryouts and a draft to make up the teams. Dozens of players from Iowa colleges and high schools took part in the tryouts; however, none of the Hawkeye basketball players participated. Be...

Hawkeyes and company set for Game Time

NICK STEFFEN

June 15, 2014

Filed under Sports

The Game Time League tryouts took place Sunday morning, and things look exciting for the upcoming summer basketball season. After some short warm-up drills, and a quick introduction, the women were split into two teams for the...

Iowa ends season at NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships

JORDAN HANSEN

June 15, 2014

Filed under Sports

Five first-team All-Americans and eight second-team All-Americans — that was the final tally for Iowa at the 2014 outdoor NCAA met. Top-eight finishers receive first-team honors, and those who finish No. 9-16 made second-team...

Point/Counterpoint: Will the United States make it out of the Group of Death in the World Cup?

DI STAFF

June 15, 2014

Filed under Sports

Yes Trending upward, the U.S. Men’s National Team has been working toward World Cup success for several years. After being eliminated in group play in 2006, it reached the Round of 16 in 2010, and it has continued to improve and s...

Catching up on Hawkeye sports

DANNY PAYNE

June 15, 2014

Filed under Sports

After roughly a monthlong publishing break, The Daily Iowan is back to provide its readers with everything there is to know about Iowa sports. Here are a few things that happened while we were away. Dilanni takes over soccer Aft...

Editorial: GOP’s anti-Sharia plank offensive, unnecessary

DI EDITORIAL BOARD

June 15, 2014

Filed under Opinions

Republican Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, a man many pundits consider to be a strong contender for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, took the stage at the Iowa GOP convention this past weekend and uttered a standard GOP...