State may back city in license denials

State authorities consider more than just a PAULA ratio when granting a liquor-license. They’re looking for “good moral character.”

E-texts roil market

A turbulent textbook market could mean cheaper books for students in the future.

UIHC starts H1N1 vaccine trials

Parents were eager to enroll their children in H1N1 vaccine testing at the UI Children’s Hospital.

Number of Dance Marathon runners skyrockets

Participants have more than doubled from last year’s race.

Economy affects UI’s ability to hire international graduate students

Undergraduate admission is on the rise thanks to a university-wide campaign to boost enrollment, however international numbers have fallen significantly.

Endangered mussel may have returned

State officials say a 2001 project in the Iowa River might have saved a rare type of mussel.

School board candidates speak out before Sept. 8 elections

School board profiles: Hopefuls will answer questions from community members at tonight’s “Meet the Candidates Night.”

Mobile-home community stays stagnant

The Iowa Regency’s reaction to over a decade of complaints by residents have not satisfied many community members.

Spotlight Iowa City: International student finds home in a UI sorority

Inspired by a TV series, UI freshman Bridgar Nayiga travels from home in Uganda and immerses herself in Iowa greek life.

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