Arts students face new challenge: time

New hours for the Studio Arts Building mean limited resources for students.

Iowa City schools make Obama address optional

President Obama’s address to the country’s schoolchildren drew criticism from some parents, but Iowa City schools kept the TVs on for interested students.

Faculty Senate discusses workload, budget

At its first meeting Tuesday, the UI Faculty Senate mulled a new plan for increasing poor freshman retention numbers that some worried could increase faculty workload and further limit the university’s budget.

Local union seeks to block mandatory shots

Representatives filed an injunction seeking to prevent mandatory vaccinations at the UI Hospitals and Clinics, claiming education would be more effective.

Revived UI group gives students advertising insight

Students in Advertising, a UI group revived from May 2007, introduces students to leaders in the advertising field.

Cooper, Dorau, Swisher win School Board seats

Voters elected incumbent Mike Cooper and newcomers Tuyet Dorau and Sarah Swisher to the Iowa City School Board during record-breaking turnout at the polls on Tuesday.

Spotlight Iowa City: Grad student gets NASA experience

Min Huang, a UI grad student, gets a first-hand NASA experience during a six-week program focused on airborne science.

Dogs have day in the sun

Hundreds of dogs take a dip in City Park Pool for the seventh-annual Dog Paddle.

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