The Daily Iowan

Rooftop lounge attracts more patrons

ALEX HANAFAN

June 26, 2014

Filed under News

A new addition to one local business is bringing more to the scene. Earlier this month, the FilmScene, 118 E. College St., opened a new, heightened experience. The nonprofit cinema located on the Pedestrian Mall has received att...

Drop-in center sees increase

ERIN MARSHALL

June 26, 2014

Filed under News

The residents of Iowa City truly can call R Place “our place.” Iowa City’s new mental-health drop-in center, R Place Peer Center has been open since February. However, R Place held its grand opening on Monday. R...

Board reacts to resignation

REBECCA MORIN

June 26, 2014

Filed under News

Iowa City School Board members are in the process of setting up a “special meeting” to decide how to move forward after board President Sally Hoelscher resigned late Tuesday evening. Hoelscher announced her resignation...

Aviation festival returns to Iowa City

MICHAEL KADRIE

June 26, 2014

Filed under News

Iowa City’s sky will be filled with more than just clouds this coming weekend. Fly Iowa, a free annual event open to the public, will make its way back to Iowa City. The event, which was established by the Iowa Department...

Becoming what you don’t eat

KRISTEN BARON

June 26, 2014

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A discussion centering on eating disorders on Wednesday shed light on the idea that many young people often suffer from a disorder that doesn’t fit neatly into any specific category. Pamela Keel, the director of Clinical...

Hancher announces upcoming shows

DI STAFF

June 26, 2014

Filed under News

Local audiences have something to look forward to in the coming academic year. The University of Iowa’s Hancher announced the lineup of performances for the 2014-15 season. Several performances include a free outdoor perfo...

Iowa players shine in Game Time’s second week

NICK STEFFEN

June 26, 2014

Filed under Sports

Brendan Unkrich’s team 105, Joe Johnston’s team 65 After last week’s win, Unkrich’s team faced off against Johnston’s in North Liberty on Wednesday. Iowa’s Ally Disterhoft started strong with...

Jennings a force in Game Time

CHARLES GREEN

June 26, 2014

Filed under Sports

Incoming freshman Whitney Jennings is poised to make an immediate impact for the Iowa women’s basketball team next season. Jennings has not even started college yet, but she has proven that she is ready to handle the ...

Morgan, Alexander reunited in Prime Time

KYLE MANN

June 26, 2014

Filed under Sports

The Iowa City West boy’s basketball program has had one hell of a run in recent years, winning three-consecutive state titles and producing college basketball players on a yearly basis. This summer, two Trojan alumni have...

Point/Counterpoint: Who will go first in the NBA Draft?

DI STAFF

June 26, 2014

Filed under Sports

Trade the Pick With Joel Embiid’s draft stock in free fall, neither of the remaining candidates for the No. 1-overall pick is equipped to launch the club into contention — at least, not in the immediate fashion the organization...

Editorial: Fixing minimum wage will continue to prove difficult

DI EDITORIAL BOARD

June 26, 2014

Filed under Opinions

The discussion over minimum wage — in all its complexity — has grown more prominent in the United States, and as the dollar continues to lose its power and President Barack Obama continues to rally through social media, it...

Vaughn: Be cautious of TV doctors

VICTORIA VAUGHN

June 26, 2014

Filed under Opinions

Chlorogenic acid — you may not have heard of it. The acid, which has recently made headlines on ABC and CNN, can be found in the famous green coffee bean, a health food growing in popularity. The superstar supplement has captivated...