Editorial: The first domino to fall

Iowa’s 6th District Court Judge Chad Kepros ruled a major blow to the James Clark-headed rental enterprise in the Iowa City area. The conglomeration, which amasses over 300 parcels valued in the $95 million region, accounts for several of the largest real estate companies in town, including Apartments Downtown, Apartments Near Campus, Apartments at Iowa, and Michael’s Properties.

Cervantes: Looking up and looking out

One facet of American culture that has persisted throughout generations is the society’s focus on competitive sports. Usually, this involves testosterone-fueled viewings of American football or a rousing nine-innings of baseball. Recently though, it seems that something has changed in the athletic status quo.

Higgins: Significance in a rural getaway

The following is a list of those who can accurately be described as “saviors.”.

Jarvill: Moving like Bernie

As the first state in the nation to have a caucus, Iowa plays a particularly large role in determining presidential campaigns. Since her announcement, the Democrat seen as the frontrunner so far is Hillary Clinton. That being said, there is Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., that has created a buzz among Iowans and a worry in the Clinton camp.

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