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Toddlers using tablets

YUN LIN

June 24, 2015

Filed under News

When most people watch videos of babies, they’re looking for something adorable to spend five minutes on. Most people aren’t Juan Hourcade, a University of Iowa associate professor of computer science, and they probably...

Business owners and officials prepared for new Coralville arena

RAPHAEL GELFAND

June 24, 2015

Filed under News

The city of Coralville is closer to an arena at the Iowa River Landing then ever before after a big boost from the Iowa Economic Development Authority. The agency gave preliminary approval to the city to receive $9.5 million...

Mason begins long goodbye

GIRINDRA SELLECK

June 24, 2015

Filed under News

University of Iowa President Sally Mason is packing her bags. On Wednesday, Mason began the process of wrapping up her time on campus with a farewell ceremony at the Levitt Center, which attracted around 100 guests. “We’ve...

Stoned for science

ALLIE BISCUPSKI

June 24, 2015

Filed under News

While getting paid to drive stoned and drunk might seem like a poor decision, the 18 individuals who did just that were following the high calling of science. The study was conducted by the National Institute on Drug Abuse and...

Coley, Mohns not enough

CHARLIE GREEN

June 24, 2015

Filed under Sports

For the second-straight week, Coach Joe Johnston and Company struggled to get the offense going Wednesday night. And sometimes, stingy defense isn’t enough to pull through. “We really focused on Chase,” opposing...

Uthoff’s return highlights Prime Time

KYLE MANN

June 24, 2015

Filed under Sports

The Prime Time League is set to play its third set of games tonight at the North Liberty Community Center, and after one week of play in the books, fans are starting to get an idea of what to watch for. Hakweye Jarrod Uthoff...

Gustafson, Davis lead DiLeo to 2-0 start

RAPHAEL GELFAND

June 24, 2015

Filed under Sports

Two different styles of play faced off for this week’s Game Time League matchup of Kay DiLeo’s team and Bethany Doolittle’s. DiLeo’s group had fast-paced movement off the ball, coasting through the box...

Feeling a hoops draft

DI STAFF

June 24, 2015

Filed under Sports

DI staffers Kyle Mann and Charlie Green predict the first 10 selections of tonight’s NBA draft. 1. Minnesota Timberwolves — Karl-Anthony Towns, F/C The Timberwolves have a budding two-way superstar on the perimete...

Editorial: Better Jesuits, better world

DI EDITORIAL BOARD

June 24, 2015

Filed under Opinions

Pope Francis’ encyclical, titled Laudato Si’, has been the object of much attention recently, predominately as a result of its environmentally inclined message. Some publications even proclaimed the document to be...

Brown: Media narratives shaping our social climate

MARCUS BROWN

June 24, 2015

Filed under Opinions

On June 12, there was a fatal shooting in the Coralville Ridge Mall, resulting in the death of Andrea Farrington, allegedly at the hands of 22-year-old Alexander Kozak, a mall security guard at the time. Details surrounding the...

Flattery: Digitized personalities & social media

NEIL FLATTERY

June 24, 2015

Filed under Opinions

“They don’t make them like that anymore.” This statement has been used to describe my grandparents countless times. Over the years, I took it for granted and considered it solely as a cliché used to describe...

Silber: Fire Roger Goodell

KELIN SILBER

June 24, 2015

Filed under Opinions

Last year, the NFL’s season ended with an amazing Super Bowl between the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots. This season featured everything you could want from the NFL. However, it was greatly overshadowed by the...