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The outside of Burge Dining Hall is seen on Monday, Nov. 7, 2022.

Burge Market Place to add hot breakfast items

Archie Wagner, News Reporter March 22, 2023

Burge Market Place, one of the three dining halls at the University of Iowa, is adding hot breakfast items back to its menu starting on March 23.  UI Housing and Dining announced the change in...

Police tape is seen near the entrance of Yotopia after reports of shots fired near the Pedestrian Mall on in Iowa City, Iowa on Saturday, Jan. 14, 2023. No one was injured and officers were able to detain the shooter.

On The Street | Do UI students feel safe in Iowa City?

DI Staff March 22, 2023

The Daily Iowan spoke with several University of Iowa students to hear about how safe they feel in the area in light of local and national gun violence.In 2022, 44,320 people in the U.S. died because of...

Hua Wei Lee poses for a portrait under the University of Iowa’s International Programs sign in the Old Capitol Mall on March 3, 2023. Lee, a third-year international student originally from Taiwan, said he almost always feels safe when out in Iowa City.

UI international students share mixed thoughts on campus safety

Kate Perez, News Editor March 21, 2023

Ming Dong takes preventative measures to stay safe from potential gun violence in Johnson County. Dong said he has subconsciously adopted not going out after 10 p.m., avoiding people on the street,...

A senator of the University of Iowa’s Undergraduate Student Government raises his hand to ask a question pertaining an amendment during a USG meeting at the Iowa Memorial Union on Feb. 10, 2022.

UI stakeholders troubled by pausing of DEI programs

Jack Moore, News Reporter March 22, 2023

Members from University of Iowa shared governance are worried about diversity, equity, and inclusion programs’ future. The state Board of Regents halted all new DEI programs on March 14 at the...

Trial of former UI student charged with attempted murder postponed

Trial of former UI student charged with attempted murder postponed

Alejandro Rojas, News Reporter March 13, 2023

The trial of former University of Iowa student Ali Younes was pushed back for a second time to May 16 at the Johnson County Courthouse. The trial was previously rescheduled last November to begin...

Ukrainian military forces are seen going in the opposite direction through the bus windows of Team Humanity as they evacuate soon-to-be war refugees to Moldova as they leave the war sieged city of Mykolaiv, Ukraine as on Sunday, March 27, 2022.

UI Tippie College of Business extends non-residential fellowship to Ukrainian scholar

Archie Wagner, News Reporter March 19, 2023

Volodymyr Vakhitov, a Kyiv resident and academic researching the behavioral psychology behind evacuations, will give two virtual talks to amplify and receive feedback about his research he conducted...

The Board of Adjustment listens during the Chi Omega Sorority House hearing at City Hall on Wednesday, March 8, 2023.

UI Chi Omega chapter denied renovations to sorority house

Sydney Libert, News Reporter March 9, 2023

The University of Iowa’s Chi Omega sorority will not be installing new windows on the main level of its home.  The Iowa City Board of Adjustment unanimously voted to uphold the Historic Preservation...

Michael Barbaro, host of the New York Times’ podcast, The Daily, delivers a presentation in the Main Lounge at the Iowa Memorial Union in Iowa City, Iowa on Wednesday, March 8th.

New York Times ‘The Daily’ host Michael Barbaro talks media transparency in UI visit

Sabine Martin, Managing Editor March 9, 2023

The New York Times created “The Daily” podcast in a time of uncertainty when Americans were reportedly losing trust in the media.    Since its creation in 2017, “The Daily” podcast host...

Student protestors cheer in support of speakers in front of the Old Capital, Mar. 1, 2023.

UI organizations react to anti-LGBTQ+ legislation

Natalie Miller, News Reporter March 8, 2023

University of Iowa organizations are concerned for the LGBTQ+ community with the rise of anti-LGTBQ+ legislation that is making its way through the 2023 legislative session. The Iowa House and...

A crowd gathers outside of Bo’James Food & Drink in search of Will Ferrell in downtown Iowa City on March 8, 2023.

Will Ferrell films documentary in Iowa City

Kate Perez and Cooper Worth March 8, 2023

Iowa City community members flocked downtown Wednesday afternoon after reports that comedian and actor Will Ferrell was in the area circulated.  Kristin Pedersen, Iowa City Community School District...

The Ukrainian Conversation Hour, hosted by Oksana Hirchak, holds their weekly meeting in Phillips Hall in Iowa City on Thursday Mar. 2, 2023.

UI students from Ukraine talk about their experiences living in Iowa City as the war exceeds one-year mark.

Jack Moore, News Reporter March 7, 2023

The world has felt the impact of the Russia-Ukraine war, which has lasted over a year, and Iowa City is no exception. The war in Ukraine started in February 2022 after Russian president Vladimir...

Van Allen Hall Eastside staircase seen on March 7, 2023.

UI to replace Van Allen Hall stairs

Jack Moore , News Reporter March 7, 2023

Van Allen Hall will soon see significant construction changes in the coming months.  An estimated $475,053 will be spent on the replacement of stairs of select entrances as well as adding a ramp...

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