The Daily Iowan

Hockey dreams of arena

CORY PORTER

May 6, 2015

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The city of Coralville is one step closer to building the Iowa River Landing Arena, a 7,000-seat sports arena in the Iowa River Landing. While city officials are excited about the project, the University of Iowa student hockey...

UI students and staff respond to ISIS acronym

ALYSSA GUZMAN

May 6, 2015

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Students who Google “ISIS” looking to connect to a university website and browse for a summer class are met with horrifying headlines. But the University of Iowa is unlikely to rename the Iowa Student Information...

Gamma Rho Lambda officially becomes a chapter

EFE AYANRUOH

May 6, 2015

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The Gamma Rho Lambda National Sorority is now a chapter at the University of Iowa. Gamma Rho Lambda was created at the UI in order to provide an LGBT-friendly space for students, sorority president Crystal Terman said. According...

OrderUp finds a niche

GRACE PATERAS

May 6, 2015

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OrderUp has expanded its reaches beyond burgers and sushi. Customers begin by logging in online or on their mobile app. Then, they find the business they want to order from and choose something to order before waiting for OrderUp’s...

Goodcents’ first Iowa franchise opens in Iowa City

GRACE PATERAS

May 6, 2015

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May 11 will mark the two-week anniversary for sandwich shop Goodcents Deli Fresh Subs in Iowa City. Goodcents is a chain shop with locations mainly in the Midwest region. The shop at 316 E. Burlington St. is the first brought...

More resident students graduating with debt

CARLY MATTHEW

May 6, 2015

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Despite smaller tuition and fees, more resident students are graduating with debt than nonresidents. University of Iowa sophomore Marie Hafner grew up in Bettendorf always knowing exactly where she wanted to attend college. Hafner...

Johnson County officials visit Wisconsin

BEN MARKS

May 6, 2015

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Early this week, county officials from Iowa and Wisconsin sat down together to discuss jails, local food, homelessness, police, and housing. On Monday, around 15 Johnson County and Iowa City employees traveled three hours to...

Traffic camera or speed trailer?

BEN MARKS

May 6, 2015

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Johnson County Sheriff’s Office officials are looking into updating the hardware and software of one of the county’s broken speed trailers. The process would give the trailer the ability to take photographs, which...

Provender rolls into Iowa City

BILL COONEY

May 6, 2015

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The newest food truck to hit the streets of Iowa City brings with it a wood-fired flavor and a vintage flair. Provender is owned and operated by local chef Chris Grebner; it was hand-built in North Carolina last year. It c...

Iowa to face Rutgers in Big Ten Tournament

JORDAN HANSEN

May 6, 2015

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Iowa softball got a little lucky last weekend during the finale of regular-season Big Ten play. Both Purdue and Indiana — teams ahead of the Hawkeyes a week ago  — were swept over the weekend and plummeted in the standings....

Goodman at home in any position

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

May 6, 2015

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For senior Kris Goodman, home is wherever the team needs him to play. After an early season injury forced starting third-basemen Nick Day out of the lineup for a large chunk of the 2015 seasosn, Goodman, a natural left fielder,...

Women’s golf looking forward

ROD ENGBLOM

May 6, 2015

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With the season at an end, Iowa women’s golf is right back at it preparing for this upcoming fall and the start of the first half of the 2015-2016 season.  The team finished off the 2014-2015 season placing 10th at the...