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Video: RAGBRAI in Iowa City

A rider takes a photo on Friday, July 27, 2018. RAGBRAI has not been through Iowa City in 42 years. (Thomas A. Stewart/The Daily Iowan)

Tate Hildyard

July 30, 2018

Video: RAGBRAI hits Denison, Iowa

(The Daily Iowan/file photo)

July 24, 2018

Video by Tate Hildyard

Video: Memories of the flood, 10 years later

Floodwaters engulf Lower City Park on Tuesday, June 10, 2008. (File photo/The Daily Iowan)

June 13, 2018

This month marks 10 years since floodwaters submerged the University of Iowa campus, damaging over 20 buildings, three of which were beyond repair. Though much of the community did not go through the natural disaster that caused $700 million in damage to the UI, those who were here remember it well. RELATED: 10 year...

Video: #MeToo on the University of Iowa’s campus

Video: #MeToo on the University of Iowa's campus

Reba Zatz, [email protected]

April 26, 2018

April is National Sexual Assault and Prevention Month. Since October 2017, the #MeToo movement has remained in the spotlight as figures from Hollywood to Washington have come together to fight rampant sexual violence in their respective industries. This issue continues to be a topic of discussion...

24 hours of improv by Iowa City’s Great White Narcs

24 hours of improv by Iowa City's Great White Narcs

April 23, 2018

Iowa City improv troop The Great White Narcs staged a 24 hour long improv comedy show. DI Films documented the show and the players through the highs and lows of the entire performance.

Film: Dance Marathon impact on five year cancer free graduate

Dillyn Mumme, a survivor of leukemia, speaks to DM participants during the In the Limelight Talent Show at UI Dance Marathon 24 inside IMU on Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018. Mumme obtained a summer internship with the Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX this past year. He spoke about the differences between failing and failure as well as encouraged all members of the crowd to make an impact on the lives of those around them. (Ben Allan Smith/The Daily Iowan)

February 7, 2018

DI films interviewed leukemia survivor Dillyn Mumme at Dance Marathon 24. Having overcome cancer that required extensive treatment, Dillyn goes into how he didn’t let it hold him back. Having spent an internship at NASA, he embodies the virtues of persevering through trails. For a more in-depth look of Dillyn’s story, check out an ar...

On the Bench: UI tracksters discuss the season with the DI

On the Bench: UI tracksters discuss the season with the DI

February 7, 2018

The Daily Iowan is proud to announce its new sports video podcast: On The Bench. In this episode, the team sits down with track stars Mar'Yea Harris, Briana Guillory, and Brittany Brown, discussing topics about the team's early season success, their goals, and whatever else comes to mind. The track an...

Video: A look into SCOPE Productions

Video: A look into SCOPE Productions

January 19, 2018

SCOPE Productions is a event promoting organization at the University of Iowa. DI films took a look into the process behind creating a show from start to finish. On Nov. 14, 2017, SCOPE Productions hosted band COIN, known for their hit Talk Too Much at the Blue Moose Tap House.

Video: Queens in the Cornfield

Miss Diane Skeaton participates in his first drag show at Studio 13’s amateur night on Wednesday. Studio 13 does a series called Drag U, during which it partners with those who have never done drag. (The Daily Iowan/McCall Radavich)

December 14, 2017

A special look at the lively drag queens of Iowa City's Studio 13. Every night these lovely ladies put on a rousing show for willing patrons. Some have agreed to share their stories and insights while offering online viewers a taste of what a Studio drag show is like. Featuring Jason Zemen, Roxie Mess,...

Video: Farewell, Seashore Hall

Contractors work in front of Seashore Hall as part of the preparations for its demolition on Monday, Nov. 27, 2017. Seashore Hall will be demolished in December 2017 to allow for the expansion of the Spence Laboratories of Psychology. (David Harmantas/The Daily Iowan)

December 14, 2017

During its years at the University of Iowa, Seashore Hall has worn many hats, but as of this month, it's finally retiring. Demolition of Seashore for a new psychology building has officially begun.