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City Sends Off Protestors for Women’s March in Washington

City Sends Off Protestors for Women’s March in Washington

Emily Barnes and Lucia Wagner

January 21, 2017

For more information, you can check out the official website for the Women's March on Washington here.

City and West Show Choirs to Perform in ‘Dollars for Scholars’

City and West Show Choirs to Perform in ‘Dollars for Scholars’

Zoë Miller, Reporter

January 10, 2017

'Dollars for Scholars,' a charity show choir performance, will be held in Opstad Auditorium on Wednesday, January 11. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students. The show begins at 7:30 p.m. There is no assigned seating. This will be the last opportunity this season to see both City and West perform...

City High Soccer and ISC Collaborate for the JC Meardon Soccer Foundation

City High Soccer and ISC Collaborate for the JC Meardon Soccer Foundation

Lucia Wagner and Danielle Tang

October 4, 2016

On July 11th, 2016, Jackson Charles (JC) Meardon, a formal Little Hawk, was fatally struck by a car. Following his death, Iowa City united with a candlelight vigil to honor his life. Hundreds of family members, friends, and community members gathered to share their memories of JC. The Iowa City and Ci...

The Bard of Iowa City

The Bard of Iowa City

Theo Prineas, Reporter

August 31, 2016

There was a hush in the room as visitors milled from display to display. In the center of the peaceful room lay a first edition reprint of the First Folio, the book that brought us Shakespeare. "Shakespeare himself is entombed in his works," Adam G. Hooks, a professor in the University of Iowa Department...

Green Gravel Comedy Fest Coming to Iowa City

Green Gravel Comedy Fest Coming to Iowa City

Lucy Wagner and Madeline Deninger

February 3, 2016

Aspiring comedians will have a unique opportunity to hone their skills during the Green Gravel Comedy Fest. A number of renowned stand-up comedians, locally and nationally known, will be present at the event. Professionals in the comedy arena will be offering free Q&As. Rachel Bloom, of Crazy Ex-Girlf...

Best Buddies Shares New Director

Best Buddies Shares New Director

Shanice Johnson, Reporter

September 7, 2015

The halls of our school has been filled with new students every year. This year not just students, but new teachers as well. Specifically, Laura Schwab, she’s the new adviser for the Best Buddies group. In the past, Tom Braverman has helped achieve in his time at City. Now, new teacher means new...

City High Students Receive Human Rights Awards

City High Students Receive Human Rights Awards

Miguel A. Garcia, Opinion writer, reporter

May 15, 2015

On Wednesday night, the Iowa City Human Rights Commission held its 12th Annual Youth Awards ceremony to recognize local youths who have contributed to the community through volunteer service and acts of kindness. This year’s awards honored 32 recipients from City High, West High and Regina High, including...

Top 10 Iowa City Restaurants for Prom

Top 10 Iowa City Restaurants for Prom

Katrina Scandrett, Arielle Soemadi, and Maggie Morony

March 25, 2015

Prom season is on its way. Iowa City High School will be having its prom at the Iowa Memorial Union in downtown Iowa City. Living in Iowa City, we know that there is a ton of great places to eat for you and your date. Eating downtown you will be so much closer to the union, and you'll be supporting...

Summer of the Arts 2015 Festival Dates

Summer of the Arts 2015 Festival Dates

Arielle Soemadi, Reporter

January 12, 2015

The official Jazz Fest 2015 set list has been released along with official dates of Summer of the Arts downtown festivals.   Friday Night Concert Series: May 15 - September 18; Pedestrian Mall right outside of the Sheraton Iowa City Hotel   Iowa Arts Fest: June 5-17; 7 blocks of downt...

The Rising Issue of Sexual Assault

The Rising Issue of Sexual Assault

Arielle Soemadi and Payton Evans

October 30, 2014

With sexual assault becoming an increasingly common occurrence among teenagers and young adults across the country, schools and students have been making a greater effort to draw attention to the issue. Within the first nine days of classes resuming for the fall semester at the University of Iowa,...

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