Three UI students run for City Council

UI students could have a major effect on this November’s election: Three are running for spots on the Iowa City City Council.

Open-meeting law doesn’t cover UI group

The UI Faculty Senate, which advises UI President Sally Mason and other top university administrators — is exempt from state open-meeting laws.

Hapkido club teaches art of self-defense

A UI Korean martial-arts program teaches students discipline and self-defense.

After ‘fun,’ dealing with trash

After a night of drinking downtown, who is responsible for cleaning up the mess?

Original 21-law backer recants

The psychiatrist who drafted the 21 drinking-age law said the legislation has not served its purpose, but college administrators may not buy into the argument.

Rain can’t stop job fair

Despite a still troubled economy, Thursday’s Student Job Fair saw roughly the same number of students and employers as last year.

Spotlight Iowa City: Concussion leads to a new life

After a concussion changed Jordan Loperena’s plans in hockey, the UI senior veered into sports media. Now, he’s the sports director at KRUI.

Music, free food celebrate diversity

Hip-hop dancers, a capella singers ,and free food drew in hundreds for Community of Color Thursday night.

Reaction mixed on faculty hiring plan

A new strategic initiative, which aims to bring an extra 100 faculty on board, gets mixed reviews.

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