The Daily Iowan

Crisis Center calls increase

CARLY MATTHEW

May 3, 2015

Filed under News

The Johnson County Crisis Center has seen an increase in both 24-hour Crisis Line and Crisis Chat contacts this year. Three-quarters into fiscal 2015, the number of calls to the Johnson County Crisis Center’s 24-hour Crisis...

3,000 miles for mental health

BEN MARKS

May 3, 2015

Filed under News

Starting April 2, Dave Romano biked for 2,000 miles from San Francisco to Iowa City — and he isn’t done yet. Romano is a speaker for the national nonprofit Active Minds, which raises awareness about mental health and...

“Ioway” tour explores IC Native American history

ALYSSA GUZMAN

May 3, 2015

Filed under News

Iowa City locals recently learned about the “Ioway.” University of Iowa students enrolled in the Native Histories and Endurance in the Midwest organized a Native American walking tour on May 1. The tour — called...

Bike to Work Week kicks off

CARLY MATTHEW

May 3, 2015

Filed under News

From group rides to free breakfasts, people interested in delving into the world of commuter cycling can enjoy bike-theme various events all week long. Bike to Work Week kicked off Sunday with a family ride, one week before the...

“Black Girls Do Science” hopes to increase female African American engineers

CINDY GARCIA

May 3, 2015

Filed under News

Nervously huddled young girls this weekend might have charted out future careers altering a trend that shows a lack of diversity in engineering fields.   “We’re augmenting, not replacing, the gender specific programs...

Domby reopens

EFE AYANRUOH

May 3, 2015

Filed under News

A local women’s clothing store moved to a new location after more than two decades. Domby — previously located at 218 E. Washington St. for 22 years — is now situated at 213 N. Linn St. Domby moved into the space in...

Hawks head for Sunday

DANNY PAYNE

May 3, 2015

Filed under Sports

With the 2015 NFL draft over, numerous former Hawkeyes have new homes and a mixed bag of feelings regarding their NFL careers. Some, namely tackles Brandon Scherff and Andrew Donnal, went higher than expected. Some, such as ...

Wood steals the show on senior day

JORDAN HANSEN

May 3, 2015

Filed under Sports

After falling twice in the previous two games of the series, right fielder Allie Wood and the Iowa offense exploded on Senior Day for an 8-6 win over Northwestern. Wood smacked 2 home runs — a grand slam in the bottom of the first and a...

Tracksters staying healthy

COURTNEY BAUMANN

May 3, 2015

Filed under Sports

Although the Iowa track and field team finished well at its home track meet May 2 — the Hawkeyes snagged seven titles — there were some names noticeably missing from the lineup. A few of those absent from the competition we...

Hawkeyes seeing a heavy dose of Starkenburg as postseason approaches

CHARLIE GREEN

May 3, 2015

Filed under Sports

Iowa’s weekend series with Northwestern showcased a theme becoming ever more visible with each passing game — the Hawks cannot win without Shayla Starkenburg in the circle. As the team heads into the postseason, be...

Baseball takes two of three at Michigan

IAN MURPHY

May 3, 2015

Filed under Sports

The Iowa baseball team used strong pitching to win, 2-0, the rubber game of its series against Michigan this past weekend. Junior Calvin Matthews and senior Nick Hibbing put together the four-hit performance on the mound. The...

Editorial: More transparency needed on trade partnership

DI EDITORIAL BOARD

May 3, 2015

Filed under Opinions

Democratic presidential-nomination candidate Hillary Clinton is now facing pressure to reveal her stance on the Trans-Pacific Partnership and whether President Obama should authorize such a deal. The Trans-Pacific Partnership...