The Daily Iowan

Iowa City salon fuses tradition with innovation

GIRINDRA SELLECK

June 16, 2015

Filed under News

Each week, the Daily Iowan staff will feature a local business. With scissors and shears, an Iowa City hair salon is striving to give its guests confidence and a heightened sense of community, one haircut at a time. "We strive...

Animal shelter prepares for new volunteers and new building

ANDREW POTOCKI

June 16, 2015

Filed under News

Potential pets at the Iowa City Animal Care and Adoption Center have a lot to get ready for with the completion of the new shelter just over the horizon. This summer's first batch of center volunteers will also have to get ready...

County preps for community ID’s

ALISON CASSITY

June 16, 2015

Filed under News

More than 50 Johnson County residents gathered at the Center for Worker Justice on Tuesday night to learn about the new community-ID program, set to be launched mid-July. The iniative will make community identification available...

First vote passes on ban of e-cigarettes

SHAFIN KHAN

June 16, 2015

Filed under News

In regards to the possible regulations on e-cigarettes, views between the Iowa City City Council and local residents differed greatly. At Tuesday’s city council meeting, councilors and local residents discussed potentially...

Hellerball on wheels

DI STAFF

June 16, 2015

Filed under Sports

To fully capture what the Iowa baseball team accomplished in one season would require more space than my editors could provide me. In backwards order, we saw five Hawkeye baseball players drafted, a chance at a super-regional...

Jennings headlines Game Time League

CHARLIE GREEN

June 16, 2015

Filed under Sports

It’s that time of year — the Game Time League is back in action. The action will kick off in North Liberty at 6:30 p.m. today, with a myriad of different story lines and talent across the board. The league consists of a number...

Hawkeye Mallett ignores limits

CHARLIE GREEN

June 16, 2015

Filed under Sports

Iowa track and field standout Aaron Mallett earned both first- and second-team All-American honors at the NCAA Championships June 10-13, and he may just be getting started. After all, he’s only halfway through his career...

Point/Counterpoint: Can a player who loses the finals win series MVP?

DI STAFF

June 16, 2015

Filed under Sports

Yes LeBron James is the best player in the world — bar none. And as difficult as it may be for some people to accept, it’s the flat-out truth. He can play any position and is asked to do virtually everything for his team. He...

Editorial: Equality needed for Israel, Hamas

DI EDITORIAL BOARD

June 16, 2015

Filed under Opinions

It has been nearly one year since Operation Protective Edge and the Israel-Hamas Conflict of 2014. There is seldom a day in which Israel or another country in the Middle East is absent from the news cycle. Yet nowadays, Israel...

Flattery: Looking beyond the rhetoric for the Iowa caucus

NEIL FLATTERY

June 16, 2015

Filed under Opinions

The 2016 presidential election is slowly approaching. Once again, the Iowa caucuses will play a prominent role of being the first state to have a say in nominating the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates.  In...