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The Daily Iowan

The independent newspaper of the University of Iowa community since 1868

The Daily Iowan

The independent newspaper of the University of Iowa community since 1868

The Daily Iowan

Iowa Drum Major Christian Frankl direct the Hawkeye Marching Band durning the Hawkeye Huttle before a football game between No.18 Iowa and No. 2 Michigan at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on Saturday, Dec. 2, 2023.

UI Hawkeye Marching Band to play Citrus Bowl halftime show after organizers reverse decision

Jack Moore, News Reporter December 10, 2023

The Hawkeye Marching Band will be playing the New Year’s Day halftime show at the Cheez-It Citrus Bowl after organizers reversed their decision of only having the band play pregame.  The bowl...

THE BACHELOR - The Bachelor: The Women Tell All - Peters dramatic and emotional journey is about to come to an end. But first, he must come to grips with Madison turning away from the strong relationship they have developed until the fantasy suites. Will Madison even show up to the rose ceremony? And then its a sensational and shocking The Bachelor: The Women Tell All, MONDAY, MARCH 2 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EST), on ABC.

UI grad student studies relationship between ‘The Bachelor’ and its fans on social media

Grace Olson, News Reporter December 7, 2023

A University of Iowa graduate student is conducting research on the relationships people create with influencers, with an emphasis on past and present contestants of the reality TV show “The Bachelor.” Graduate...

Corn stalks line the rows of a field near Ainsworth, Iowa, on Oct. 11. The field is owned by Farmer Mitchell Hora, who uses cover crop and no-till practices.

UI environmental engineering students develop new uses for corn to fight harmful pollutants

Grace Olson, News Reporter December 7, 2023

University of Iowa environmental engineering graduate student David Ramotowski has been developing a process that uses corn to remove harmful chemicals from soil. Ramotowski won the 2023 UI College...

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UI asks students to fill out survey on artificial intelligence use

Shreya Reddy, News Reporter December 7, 2023

The University of Iowa sent out a survey on artificial intelligence on Nov. 28 to students and faculty to gauge the use of AI at the university. Questions included how much guidance instructors have...

University of Iowa engineering professor Jun Wang stands outside the Iowa Advanced Technology Laboratories on March 27.

Invention partially developed by UI professor recognized in Time Magazine

Isabelle Foland, News Reporter December 7, 2023

Jun Wang, a professor in the College of Engineering at the University of Iowa, helped develop an invention that Time Magazine named one of its “Best Inventions of 2023.” The invention is called...

The new location for the Campus Safey Space is seen on the ground floor of the Old Capital Town Center in Iowa City on Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2023.

UI’s new campus safety space opening spring 2024

Jack Moore, News Reporter December 6, 2023

University of Iowa Campus Safety is moving into a second location on the first floor of the University Capitol Center. The new space is optimal for visibility and accessibility for the UI community,...

The Kirkwood Community College Regional Center at the University of Iowa as seen on Monday, Nov. 13, 2023.

Iowa community college enrollment report reveals decrease in online enrollment

Shreya Reddy, News Reporter December 5, 2023

Fewer Iowa community college students are enrolling in online courses, which is a consistent decline since last year, according to a November 2023 fall enrollment report. Though there has been a...

Kimberly Merchant and Fred Ullrich look at research papers at the College of Public Health on Monday, Dec. 4, 2023.

UI researchers identify benefits of telehealth services in underserved rural schools

Shreya Reddy, News Reporter December 5, 2023

Some rural K-12 schools in Iowa look to telehealth access to provide health care for its students, but access to it is slim. University of Iowa researchers conducted a study to measure the causes and...

Mercy Hospital Iowa City is seen on Monday, Nov. 6, 2023.

Mercy Iowa City faces millions in legal fees from bankruptcy proceedings

Alejandro Rojas, News Editor December 4, 2023

lmost a month after a bankruptcy court approved the sale of Mercy Iowa City to the University of Iowa, lawyers for both sides are collecting fees accrued for working on the case. The most notable of...

The Old Capitol Building is seen in Iowa City on  Tuesday April, 25, 2023.

UI Office of the Ombudsperson sees drop in new visitors during last school year

Shreya Reddy, News Reporter November 30, 2023

The University of Iowa Office of the Ombudsperson released its annual report on Wednesday. The annual report showed that the office received 468 new visitor appointments, a significant drop from the...

Board of Regents President Mike Richards listens during a regents meeting in the Alumni Center at Iowa State University on April 6, 2022.

University Democrats at Iowa respond to regents president calling them ‘idiots’ for statement

Kate Perez, Senior Reporter November 30, 2023

University Democrats at Iowa interim President Kiana Shevling-Major said she wasn’t offended after finding out that state Board of Regents President Mike Richards called its pro-Palestine message...

Photo contributed by Pat Winokur.

New RSV vaccines to help protect grandparents and babies this winter

Grace Olson, News Reporter November 29, 2023

Pregnant women and their babies and adults over 60 years old can be more protected from respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, this winter season through a new vaccine that the University of Iowa Hospitals...

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