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Growing enrollment brings growing pains

BEN MARKS

June 21, 2015

Filed under News

The University of Iowa’s incoming freshman class is estimated to be the school’s largest yet, and officials say to expect growing pains in the coming years when it comes to housing. Although official numbers won’t...

Engineering students weigh in on new arts requirements

RAPHAEL GELFAND

June 21, 2015

Filed under News

Incoming University of Iowa engineering students this fall will have a different curriculum from that of those who came before them. The College of Engineering has decided to add a new general-education requirement for future...

UI officials listen to public opinion on Art Building

RAPHAEL GELFAND

June 21, 2015

Filed under News

As more than 15 community members weighed in on what they believe should be done to the old University of Iowa Art Building, one thing was clear: The building is about both history and community. On June 18, UI officials along...

Return of the conquering hero

CHARLIE GREEN

June 21, 2015

Filed under Sports

When the Cincinnati Reds selected Iowa junior Tyler Peyton in the 33rd round of the MLB draft on June 10, he decided to temporarily pass on the pursuit of his lifelong dream to return for his senior year at Iowa. For a Haw...

Woodbury wins again in Waterloo

KYLE MANN

June 21, 2015

Filed under Sports

The Prime Time League tipped off at a peculiar time on Father’s Day, with the second day of league games starting at 3:30 p.m. in Waterloo. Despite the “holiday,” the Cedar Valley Sportsplex filled up with witnesses...

The long and not short of it

CHARLIE GREEN

June 21, 2015

Filed under Sports

Scoring on Iowa freshman Chase Coley is a tall order in the most literal sense. The 6-3 Minneapolis native led Joe Johnston’s team to a 57-51 victory on June 17 in what can only be described as a defensive struggle. “I’ve...

Editorial: Father-son power in the federal government

DI EDITORIAL BOARD

June 21, 2015

Filed under Opinions

Many in this country celebrated their fathers Sunday for the guidance and opportunities they provided during the formative years and beyond. None should do that more so than our federal representatives, apparently. According...

Cervantes: The stagnation of camaraderie

CHRISTOPHER CERVANTES

June 21, 2015

Filed under Opinions

An easy way to describe my group of closely knit friends is eclectic. Each of us has vastly different backgrounds, and we can fill the spot of almost any racial profile that exists.  We really don’t think much about this,...

Higgins: Watching my world from afar

CHRIS HIGGINS

June 21, 2015

Filed under Opinions

Chris Higgins is a DI staffer interning abroad at China Daily for the summer. BEIJING — “Come back for the Fourth of July,” my friend urges me on WeChat. I ask where the party is. Without hesitation, he names...