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Former UI student arrested in homicide

BRIANNA JETT, REBECCA MORIN, AND STACEY MURRAY

June 29, 2015

Filed under News

Two hundred and seventy-five days after then-Iowa State student Tong Shao’s roommates reported her missing and set an investigation in motion that spanned two continents, Xiangnan Li was arrested in China and charged with...

Iowa City not at risk for flooding

BILL COONEY

June 29, 2015

Filed under News

Heavy rains this past week left many Iowa City residents nervously watching the rising waters of the Iowa River. All of this river watching is for naught, said University of Iowa Professor Witold Krajewski, the director of the...

Old Hawk Shop is empty, UI QuickCare expanding in mall

YUN LIN

June 29, 2015

Filed under News

The Old Capitol Town Center is a little emptier this summer because of the move of the Iowa Hawk Shop and Tech Connection to their new home in the IMU ground floor. The Hawk Shop and bookstore moved to the Old Capitol Town Cent...

Some UI faculty and staff could see a pay raise this fall

RAPHAEL GELFAND

June 29, 2015

Filed under News

Some faculty and staff at the University of Iowa during fiscal 2016 are in for a little surprise when they come to work in the fall. On average, faculty and staff will receive between 1 and 3 percent increase in salary for the...

The torch of Prime Time

KYLE MANN

June 29, 2015

Filed under Sports

In last summer’s Prime Time League, there was league MVP Jarrod Uthoff. There was future NBA draft pick Aaron White. There were Iowa’s 7-1 Adam Woodbury and Northern Iowa’s Missouri Valley Player of the Year...

Hawks in the NFL: Ex-Hawks could boost Falcons

CHARLIE GREEN

June 29, 2015

Filed under Sports

Hopes are high for a NFL defensive turnaround this season in Atlanta, and three former Hawks are slated to play big roles if the unit hopes to improve. The Falcons have a franchise quarterback in Matt Ryan and the weapons offensively...

NL Midseason Awards

DI STAFF

June 29, 2015

Filed under Sports

MVP: Giancarlo Stanton Taking fully into consideration that Stanton will miss the next month-and-a-half with a hand injury, he’s still my pick for MVP. He has 27 home runs — good for tops in the entire league. He is also...

Editorial: Clarence Thomas’s paradoxical dissent

DI EDITORIAL BOARD

June 29, 2015

Filed under Opinions

The U.S. Supreme Court made history with its decision to legalize same-sex marriage in every state. However, this landmark decision was far from unanimous, with opposition coming in a variety of forms and ideologies. Some resistance...

Clegg: A cry for help

CHRIS CLEGG

June 29, 2015

Filed under Opinions

On June 26, the U.S. Supreme Court cast its voice in favor of equality as it unshackled any chains still left on the institution of marriage involving a same-sex couple. Whether you agree with President Obama that the decision...

Elliot: Struck by lightning

BEAU ELLIOT

June 29, 2015

Filed under Opinions

Last week was Lightning Safety Awareness Week, which, of course, we celebrated by staging a thunderstorm or two or three each day. Our motto seems to be “Hard to know safety unless you feel unsafe.” It’s not...

Sanchez: Hollywood’s sexist problem

SADIE SANCHEZ

June 29, 2015

Filed under Opinions

You might know actress Rose McGowan for her roles in “Charmed” and Scream, or the Grindhouse films Death Proof and Planet Terror. She can also be seen in a new starring role: calling out Hollywood on its sexism. ...