The Daily Iowan

FilmScene rooftop patio reaches first anniversary

GIRINDRA SELLECK

June 15, 2015

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Iowa City’s FilmScene has made movie night under the stars a real option in downtown Iowa City, and other businesses seek to get in on the action. Since opening its doors, 118 E. College St., in 2013, Iowa City’s...

Beer+books=lit talk

SHAFIN KHAN

June 15, 2015

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The Mill may be a place known for its beer, but every second Tuesday of the month it's known for its books as well. John Kenyon, the Iowa City director of UNESCO City of Literature, has organized the local group Beer and Books,...

Gardens grow along with community

RAPHAEL GELFAND

June 15, 2015

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While some out-of-staters might think all the streets of Iowa are lined with corn, to locals, the sight of corn growing in streets of eastern residential Iowa City is quite unusual — that is, unless you live near 1920 Friendship...

Increasing efficiency through IT

RAPHAEL GELFAND

June 15, 2015

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Not even a forum on technology with dozens of IT professionals is exempt from technical difficulties. Near the end of the annual University of Iowa Tech Forum, one of the presenters struggled for several minutes to get a laptop...

IMU back on the ground floor

BEN MARKS

June 15, 2015

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When floodwater destroyed the IMU ground floor in 2008, many of the shops and services it offered had to be scattered around campus and the once-popular student hangout and relaxation area was gone. Now, however, with the re...

Music can’t wait for new home

ALISON CASSITY

June 15, 2015

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The School of Music growing at the corner of Burlington and Clinton Street is nearly halfway there. Construction of the new Voxman Music Building is roughly halfway complete, said Randy Clarahan, Mortenson Construction’s gener...

Run, Run, Run, Hawks say

JORDAN HANSEN

June 15, 2015

Filed under Sports

For the past three seasons, the Iowa running game consisted mostly of heavy doses of Mark Weisman with a sprinkling of whatever able-bodied backs were available. The question now, however, is how to replace the 599 touches that...

Hawkeyes Past and Present Headline Prime Time, Game Time Drafts

KYLE MANN

June 15, 2015

Filed under Sports

The Prime Time League draft was held Monday night, setting the rosters for the summer league’s 29th season. Jarrod Uthoff, taken first overall, will play for league commissioner Randy Larson for the third-consecutive summer....

Newly equipped gymnasts get a boost

CHARLIE GREEN

June 15, 2015

Filed under Sports

Two Hawkeye athletics programs are on the rise. Men’s and women’s gymnastics may not be the most popular sports, but both squads showed this past season that, with the proper support, each can emerge as a national...

Editorial: Dolezal’s betrayal of her "community"

DI EDITORIAL BOARD

June 15, 2015

Filed under Opinions

The story of Rachel Dolezal, the former president of the NAACP chapter in Spokane, Washington, who resigned Monday, has, by and large, shocked the masses while raising many questions about race, ethnicity, and self-identity....

Clegg: The right to know

CHRIS CLEGG

June 15, 2015

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The process of landing a job is stressful. Now more than ever, it takes preparation, skill, and time for potential job candidates to make the jump from unemployed to employed. Even with a solid application of the three afore mentioned...

Elliot: Slapstick, not hockey

BEAU ELLIOT

June 15, 2015

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Sitting around, watching the rain (a favorite Iowa sport), wondering which is funnier, in a T.C. Boyle sort of way: the Republican presidential-candidate scrum or the Red Sox attempting to play baseball. The Red Sox probably...