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Bruegger’s-Caribou grand opening Friday

REBECCA MORIN

August 5, 2014

Filed under News

Two national chains have come together to bring together two on-the-go favorites: bagels and coffee. Iowa City’s downtown Bruegger’s Bagels has joined forces with Caribou Coffee to have Iowa’s first combine...

City looking for zoning options

PAUL OSGERBY

August 5, 2014

Filed under News

City officials are looking at Western examples, such as Chico, California, to fuel conversations about future developments, specifically through a form-based zoning code. Iowa City City Councilor Jim Throgmorton, a UI professor...

College of Ed to continue to fund iPads

REBECCA MORIN

August 5, 2014

Filed under News

With technology a necessity of the future, some University of Iowa students are staying ahead in the present. The UI College of Education will continue a program that supplies iPads to all students enrolled in the teacher-certification...

UI policy matches proposed bill

TING XUAN TAN

August 5, 2014

Filed under News

Some universities feel as if they are on the ball when it comes to sexual-assault policies. Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, supported the bipartition legislation Campus Accountability and Safety Act, which will establish campus...

Paul aids Miller-Meeks’ campaign

REBECCA MORIN

August 5, 2014

Filed under News

After months of “celebrity” politicians visiting Iowa to advocate for the Republican ticket — including Mitt Romney, Marco Rubio, and Sarah Palin — one congressional candidate has been added to the list. Mariannette...

Rand Paul stumps in Iowa City

QUENTIN MISIAG

August 5, 2014

Filed under News

If he can step out of his father’s deep political shadow while still igniting the same passion of Iowa’s college students through the notion of a smaller government, Rand Paul could snag the support of one of the...

Iowa offense ready for next step

CODY GOODWIN

August 5, 2014

Filed under Sports

It seems as if Greg Davis has talked about explosive plays for most of his coaching career. As the offensive coordinator at Texas, he continually emphasized the importance of such plays — either a 12-yard run or a 16-yard pass...

Hankins named assistant athletics director

DANNY PAYNE

August 5, 2014

Filed under Sports

Now former Iowa men’s golf coach Mark Hankins has been moved to the position of assistant athletics director, Hawkeye Athletics Director Gary Barta announced Tuesday. Hankins will work with Barta and Associate Athletics...

Q&A: Catching up with Matt Roth

CHARLIE GREEN

August 5, 2014

Filed under Sports

Former Iowa standout defensive end Matt Roth lives in his native Illinois with his wife and two young children. Roth played seven years in the NFL after playing at Iowa from 2001-04, where he was named All-Big Ten twice and second...

Hawks in the NFL: Golden opportunity for McNutt

CHARLIE GREEN

August 5, 2014

Filed under Sports

McNutt running out of opportunities as a pro Two years have passed since the Philadelphia Eagles took Marvin McNutt in the sixth round of the NFL draft, and he’s been with three organizations. With those organization...

Iowa football announces staff changes

DI STAFF

August 5, 2014

Filed under Sports

Iowa head football coach Kirk Ferentz announced a personnel/recruiting division in the football program Tuesday. Kelvin Bell has been named director of on-campus recruiting, which means he will assist in prospect identification...

Editorial: “Nullification” as campaigning strategy

DI EDITORIAL BOARD

August 5, 2014

Filed under Opinions

Joni Ernst, the Republican Senate candidate for the seat of retiring Sen. Tom Harkin, D-Iowa, has yet again provided her Democratic opponents with more rhetorical fodder to fill enough television advertisements and mail fliers...