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Iowa Heartlanders hockey players pursue the puck against the Kansas City Mavericks at Xtream Arena in Coralville on Oct. 22, 2021. The Heartlanders won the game, 7-4.

Iowa Heartlanders win first game in franchise history

Isaac Goffin, Sports Reporter October 23, 2021

The Iowa Heartlanders were prepared to put on a show for their fans as soon as they walked out of the tunnel at Xtream ahead of their first-ever game Friday night. Iowa forward Ryan Kuffner scored...

Iowa City police identify person believed to be responsible for Oct 17 gunshot wound

Iowa City police identify person believed to be responsible for Oct 17 gunshot wound

Meg Doster, News Reporter October 22, 2021

Iowa City police have identified the person they believe to be responsible for the gunshot wound that was found on a driver that had gotten into a car crash on Oct. 17, the Iowa City Police Department...

Iowa midfielder Kenzie Roling shoots and scores during a soccer game between Iowa and Minnesota at the UI Soccer Complex in Iowa City on Thursday, Oct. 21, 2021.The Hawkeyes defeated the Gophers 1-0.

Iowa soccer defeats Minnesota, 1-0

Isaac Goffin, Sports Reporter October 22, 2021

One late-game goal from freshman forward Kenzie Roling was enough to push Iowa soccer past Minnesota Thursday night. Roling’s goal was the only one scored by either team in the game, and it came...

Director of the Healthier Workforce Center Diane Rohlman poses for a portrait on Thursday, Oct. 21, 2021. (Jerod Ringwald/The Daily Iowan)

UI-based center receives $6 million to improve worker health

Ryan Hansen, News Reporter October 21, 2021

The Healthier Workforce Center of the Midwest, a University of Iowa-based program, has been awarded renewed funding to improve workplace health and well-being throughout the region over the next five...

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UI South Asian multicultural clubs collaborate with national association

Orion Little, News Reporter October 21, 2021

South Asian multicultural clubs are making efforts to collaborate on more events on campus. Alongside the North American Association of Indian Students director Sudhanshu Kaushik, the University...

Iowa Legislative Services Agency releases second redistricting plan

Iowa Legislative Services Agency releases second redistricting plan

Rylee Wilson, Managing Editor October 21, 2021

Iowa’s Legislative Services Agency has released its second redistricting plan after Senate Republicans rejected the first iteration of the map, concerned that certain districts were not compact enough.  Lawmakers...

Iowa outside hitter Addie VanderWeide jumps to spike the ball during the volleyball game between Iowa and Purdue at Xtream Arena on Saturday, Oct. 9, 2021. Purdue defeated Iowa 3-0.

Iowa volleyball swept by No. 9 Nebraska

Dawson Moore, Sports Reporter October 21, 2021

More than 2,000 fans filed into Xtream Arena to watch the University of Iowa volleyball team square off with No. 9 Nebraska Wednesday night. Though, many of the fans in attendance weren’t clad...

Iowa City Police Department vehicles are seen on July 9, 2019.

ICPD identify person of interest in active investigation

Meg Doster, News Reporter October 20, 2021

The Iowa City Police Department have identified a person of interest in an incident that occurred Oct. 17, where a car collision into a Highway 6 median revealed a driver unconscious with a gunshot...

Empty drinks at the Sen. Kamala Harris, D-N.Y watch party in Studio 13 on July 31, 2019.

Iowa City bars, restaurants recover as students return

Sam Knupp, News Reporter October 20, 2021

Iowa City bars and restaurant owners and managers are seeing increased revenue and restoration of the city’s vibrant downtown nightlife with the return of University of Iowa students. Emily Grahek,...

A duplex on Taylor Drive in the South District Home Investment Partnership Program is seen on Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2021. The Program aims to provide housing for low income residents.

Iowa City renovating South District duplexes to be affordable and sustainable

Natasha Keicher, News Reporter October 20, 2021

Iowa City’s South District Program is working toward accomplishing its goal of making housing affordable and sustainable. The city is purchasing duplexes in the South District, performing significant...

The University of Iowa Power Plant as seen on Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2021.

UI tests biomass fuels to end campus coal use

Natasha Keicher, News Reporter October 20, 2021

In the attempt to transition the Oakdale Utility Power Plant off coal by 2025, the University of Iowa is struggling to find a product that can produce enough steam needed to heat campus building and...

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Iowa City community leaders look back at how their activism has evolved over a year after Black Lives Matter protests

Rachel Schilke, Senior Print Editor October 19, 2021

Those who were in Iowa City during summer 2020 remember nights of chanting and marching. Crowds that reached a peak of nearly 2,000 walked through the streets, bearing “Black Lives Matter” and...

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