By KRUI News Staffers Emily Woodbury, Marissa Mehalek, Serena Collins, and Lauren Siebert The KRUI News staff spoke with Nick Troiano who is National Campus Director of Americans Elect, a non-partisan non-profit organization who hopes to host the first national online presidential primary in U.S. history. The organization’s sole purpose is to obtain signatures to more »
By The TechFire’s Chad Lieberman, Serena Collins and Crissa Toledo KRUI News Reporter Emily Woodbury sat in on the discussion with the TechFire contributors and Dr. Robert Cargill, an assistant professor in Judaism and Christianity as well as the Department of Classics, to discuss Google’s latest prototype called Project Glass. Project Glass looks to take more »
By KRUI News Reporters Caitlin Fry, Emily Woodbury, and Kuper Bergman The KRUI News staff discussed mobile shopping trends with Natt Fry who is the mobile and cross-channel retailing leader at consultancy firm Accenture for the April 14th edition of the RoundTable. Mobile shopping trends are starting to gain increased traction due to smartphones and more »
By KRUI News Reporter Emily Woodbury Below are two interviews discussing the recent hot topic of “pink slime” or textured lean beef trimmings. This type of beef is a combination of the last amounts of useable meat, it is treated with ammonia, and often is mixed with ground beef. Back in 2002, a Food Safety more »
By KRUI News Reporters Emily Woodbury, Caitlin Fry, and Kuper Bergman Kristian Day is the director of the documentary film, Capone’s Whiskey: The Story of Templeton Rye which played at the Bijou Theatre the weekend of May 2, 2012. Day’s film chronicles the history of the infamous whiskey cookers of Carroll county from their outlaw more »
By KRUI News Reporters Emily Woodbury, Caitlin Fry, Jen Hoch, and Kuper Bergman UI assistant professor in the journalism school, Melissa Tully, joined us for our weekly RoundTable discussion to examine how the recent changes in internet privacy have caused ads to become more tailored to web users and Google’s recent “for dummies” privacy statement more »
The owner of Devotay restraurant, Kurt Michael Friese, wants bars and restaurants in Iowa to be able to take advantage of the popular trend of infusing their own liquor in house.
Kenney discusses her forthcoming book, “Gender and Justice: Why Women Judges Really Matter”, and where she thinks Iowa stands in the national representation of women in the judiciary.
By KRUI News Reporter Emily Woodbury “Five of the eight major GOP candidates reject or doubt the theory of evolution as an explanation for life’s origin on Earth. Although it is not as pertinent of an issue as unemployment or taxes, where candidates stand on such a prominent scientific theory could have an effect on more »