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February 11, 2016

Gaelic Storm to rock the Englert

Photo by Pam Ramsey Corey

February 11, 2016

On Feb. 14, the Englert Theater will take a trip to Ireland. Gaelic Storm, a popular Celtic band, will play at 7 p.m.Valentines’ Day. After starting in Santa Monica, California, it has played all over the world for almost two decades, most notably providing a song for *The Titanic*. “We first saw ...

Love and guts for Valentine’s with Sweeney Todd

Love and guts for Valentine’s with Sweeney Todd

February 11, 2016

Sweeney Todd, the beloved tale of gruesome murder and revenge, hits the stage just in time for a romantic Valentine's Day date. By Gracey Murphy [email protected] This Valentine’s Day, pie may not be the best choice of dessert after your fancy dinner. Who knows what special ingredient tha...

Men’s, women’s tennis dominate weekend competition

Men’s, women’s tennis dominate weekend competition

February 8, 2016

The Iowa men and women’s tennis team’s combined for three wins in weekend completion. The men defeated SIU-Edwardsville 7-0 and Western Michigan 6-1 in a doubleheader. Dominic Patrick, Iowa’s No. 1, won both of his matches, defeating Tristan Houle of SIUE in straight sets. Patrick, however, droppe...

Dance Marathon reaches goal

UI students cheer during the opening ceremony of the 22nd Dance Marathon in the Iowa Memorial Union on Friday, Feb. 5, 2016. There are over 220 families in attendance this year. (The Daily Iowan/Valerie Burke)

February 7, 2016

By Tom Ackerman and Beau Bowman @Tom_AckermanDI | @beauknows2 [email protected] | [email protected]   Dance Marathon raised $2,424,031.22, after what some may call a wild and exhausting ride, "for the kids."   Dance Marathon, a group of individuals that remained standing for...

Education goes standing-room only

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Madeline Murphy Smith, [email protected]

February 5, 2016

For Ali-Borger Germann, all it took was one article in a National Education Association magazine to completely change the environment in which she taught students at City High. After Borger-Germann read online that attentiveness increased significantly per student when standing desks were implemented...

DITV Live: Feb. 1, 2016

DITV Live: Feb. 1, 2016

February 2, 2016

Photos: Iowa caucuses

Photos: Iowa caucuses

February 2, 2016

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Clinton squeaks by

Clinton squeaks by

Brent Griffiths, [email protected]

February 2, 2016

DES MOINES — Iowa Democrats may come first-in-the-nation, but after their party caucuses, there was only a whisker of space separating Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton. With 99 percent of the state’s 1,600-plus precincts reporting, Clinton, a former secretary of State, led the self-described...

Cruz snags victory in Iowa caucuses

Cruz snags victory in Iowa caucuses

Quentin Misiag, [email protected]

February 2, 2016

WEST DES MOINES — A unique self-funded presidential campaign based on outspoken principles and heavy media coverage was not enough to crown Donald Trump the winner of the 2016 Republican caucuses Monday, despite a deeply entrenched antiestablishment political movement. With 99 percent of the state’s...

GOP voting numbers smash record

GOP voting numbers smash record

Mitch McAndrew, [email protected]

February 2, 2016

DES MOINES — Iowans showed up to caucus Tuesday night in unprecedented numbers. The GOP saw more than 180,000 voters headed to precincts across the state, shattering the previous record of 121,354 reported in 2012, according to the Iowa Republican Party. Polk County Republicans head Will Rogers...