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People stop to take photos of the flooded cobblestone on River Street Monday afternoon. Chatham Emergency Management Agency said while Hurricane Irma brought Savannah less debris that Hurricane Matthew, the flooding from the Irma has been worse.

Opinion | Make Puerto Rico a state

Evan Weidl, Opinions Columnist October 4, 2022

When former President Donald Trump launched rolls of paper towels into a crowd of desperate vic­tims of Hurricane Maria in 2017, it was a perfect representation of how the U.S. treats its territory...

Opinion | Shining light on Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors

Opinion | Shining light on Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors

Abby Gaugler, Opinions Columnist October 4, 2022

Oct. 1—7 is Body-Fo­cused Repetitive Behavior awareness week. Many people may not know what this week is or why it’s important, but I do. The TLC Foundation for Body-Focused Repetitive Behavior...

The painting of a tiger hawk on Jefferson Street is seen in Iowa City on Monday, Sept. 12, 2022.

Opinion | Painted crosswalks hide pedestrians on campus

Yasmina Sahir, Opinions Columnist October 3, 2022

As University of Iowa students, you don’t have to be on campus long before hearing the classic joke about being run over by a Cambus and receiving free tuition in return.  But with new art additions...

Mar 27, 2022; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Halle Bailey arrives at the 94th Academy Awards at Dolby Theatre.

Opinion | People of color need acknowledgment and representation in Disney films

Naomi Rivera Morales October 2, 2022

Disney released a teaser trailer for the live-action adaptation of “The Little Mermaid” on Sept. 9.” This new adaptation of Disney’s 1989 film stars Halle Bailey as Ariel. Many people are...

The Doctor is In | The ingredients in toothpaste and what they mean

The Doctor is In | The ingredients in toothpaste and what they mean

October 2, 2022

For many people, oral health means brushing, flossing, and visiting the dentist twice a year. However, using the right toothpaste is important for your oral health as well. It can be overwhelming...

Opinion | Automation is good for the economy

Opinion | Automation is good for the economy

Shahab Khan, Opinions Columnist October 2, 2022

American workers should look forward to working with robots because this will increase economic productivity and open up a plethora of future employment opportunities. Automation, or the idea that...

Guest Opinion | The Food Insecurity problem at the University at Iowa

Guest Opinion | The Food Insecurity problem at the University at Iowa

September 29, 2022

As we start a new year, students will start their new adventure at the University of Iowa. Some students will make new friends, and others will join new clubs. Some students, however, will wonder when...

A Burge Market Place worker serves a line of students on Monday, August 26th, 2020. Due to health and safety regulations as a means of preventing the spread of COVID-19, the dining hall process has been streamlined with an advanced registration process and a takeout meal process.

Opinion | Getting to the bottom of dining hall unemployment

Chris Klepach, Opinions Columnist September 29, 2022

I’ve been living on the University of Iowa campus since fall 2021. While I didn’t experience many of the changes the UI dining hall had to make for the pandemic in 2020, such as no in-person seating...

Guest Column | Standing up for what’s “Right”

Guest Column | Standing up for what’s “Right”

Kyle Clare, University of Iowa College Republicans September 28, 2022

A student slammed his skateboard on a Turning Point USA at Iowa tabling on the University of Iowa Pentacrest on Aug. 23 and refused to leave. A week later, a student flipped the College Republicans table...

Opinion | A few thoughts on journalistic objectivity

Opinion | A few thoughts on journalistic objectivity

Shahab Khan, Opinions Columnist September 27, 2022

Objectivity — or the idea that journalism requires a dispassionate, factual, and non-partisan voice — is a notion that all aspiring journalists are taught. However, for this current “post-truth...

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