KRUI expands into creating video content with two new pieces: a back alley interview with Chat Pile, and an interview with Track Zero artist Sen Morimoto.
Iowa Women’s Basketball cruises to a win at home against Bowling Green. The stars showed out both on and off the court for this contest.
After hosting multiple transphobic speakers on campus, we at KRUI look into the YAF, it’s relationship to the Iowa Government, and its influence over the University of Iowa.
Minneapolis based artist Zora, along with Iowa City locals YXNG RASCAL and Sarahann Kolder, close out Track Zero’s inaugural series to a warm, thunderous atmosphere.
The SAG-AFTRA strike comes to an end after 118 days upon a tentative agreement negotiated with the AMPTP, resuming a majority of film production operations.
For the International Music Spotlight’s first edition, KRUI provides a starter guide to Asian-based shoegaze bands.
As I walked out of Van Allen Hall after class at 2 pm on April 11th, I passed by the Blue Moose, to see girls camped out, in the rain, waiting in line for the doors to open at 5:30. This did not shock me at all however. It didn’t shock me because I knew who was playing there that night. The Take It Or Leave It Tour was coming to the Blue Moose Thursday night, and the fans were ready. The sold out show began with the six member, Boston native band, Lions Lions. The Rock/Post Hardcore group shared with the crowd that they had missed the … Continued