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Apartments Downtown leases ruled illegal

BEN MARKS

July 8, 2015

Filed under News

Apartments Downtown, the largest housing provider in Iowa City, has been found guilty of violating Iowa’s landlord-tenant laws. Sixth District Court Judge Chad Kepros ruled Wednesday the lease used by Apartments Down...

Bee careful what you spray

ANDREW POTOCKI

July 8, 2015

Filed under News

With the warmth of summer comes the grueling task of yard work, but experts say people should be aware of how their planting, trimming, and spraying is affecting a quickly dwindling and vital population: bees. “Without...

Marco Rubio wants a new century for education

BRENT GRIFFITHS

July 8, 2015

Filed under News

Poolside in Coralville, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., said colleges and universities are stuck in “yesterday.” The candidate for the GOP presidential nomination stressed the need for a more packaged and high-tech alt...

Students see stars

BRENT GRIFFITHS

July 8, 2015

Filed under News

Poolside in Coralville, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., said colleges and universities are stuck in “yesterday.” The candidate for the GOP presidential nomination stressed the need for a more packaged and high-tech alternative...

Jennings leads fierce comeback in Game Time

CHARLIE GREEN

July 8, 2015

Filed under Sports

Head coach Randy Larson approached his point guard, Luther’s Moran Lonning, and embraced her at the conclusion of Wednesday night’s Game Time League finale. He held the game’s box score in his right hand. “27,...

Prime Time’s mystery man

KYLE MANN

July 8, 2015

Filed under Sports

The Prime Time League, from one perspective, is primarily a chance for Hawkeye fans in the local area to get a preview for the coming season. Northern Iowa players have joined in on the past two years, but Kendall Jacks of Wayne...

Kastanek grows into leadership

CHARLIE GREEN

July 8, 2015

Filed under Sports

At 2-2, coach Brian Joens’ Cullen Painting/Joensy’s sits in the middle of the pack of Game Time League, but one player has kept tension low entering postseason play — Iowa junior-to-be Alexa Kastanek. “Offensively,...

Editorial: To save EU, forgive Greek debts

DI EDITORIAL BOARD

July 8, 2015

Filed under Opinions

In the aftermath of Greece’s history-shattering decision to proclaim a big fat “NO” as a response to Germany’s incessant pro-austerity measure bullying, the European Union seems to be teetering before the...

Clegg: Missing women in the corporate field

CHRIS CLEGG

July 8, 2015

Filed under Opinions

Much has been made about the inequalities that women experience in the work place. They are, according to a 2013 White House report, earning 78 cents for every $1 that a man makes. It is not just cold hard cash that they are missing...

Flattery: U.S. Super PACs: good or bad?

NEIL FLATTERY

July 8, 2015

Filed under Opinions

The 2016 presidential election is slowly approaching, and candidates on both sides of the political spectrum are in full force, organizing their campaigns and attempting to lure wealthy donors to financially back their presidential...

Silber: Greece picked the lesser of two evils

KELIN SILBER

July 8, 2015

Filed under Opinions

On July 5, 61 percent of the people in Greece voted “No” to increased austerity measures by debt collectors. This decision will, hopefully, encourage the debt collectors to reconsider their terms. The austerity deal...

Heady times at the Englert

ALEC GLUESING

July 8, 2015

Filed under Uncategorized

Beer Tasting: Deschutes Brewery at the Englert Iowa City craft-beer drinkers are in for a frothy, hoppy treat Friday evening at the Englert Theater.  The venue will host its third beer-tasting event of 2015, this ...