Financial-aid bill passes

Officials said they hope the bill will simplify the application process and increase funding for the federal Pell Grant program.

Learning through tutoring English

UI students and immigrants benefit from a West Liberty teaching program.

Two men spread kindness and Mayo on the Ped Mall

The Sandwich Men dig into their own pockets to fill hungry stomachs.

Regents eye tuition increase

A lack of state education funding could push an increase up from 2.7 percent to 5 or 6 percent.

Class project turns into company

Two UI alums started J&J Solutions, which in part manufactures a device for delivering and preparing chemotherapy drugs.

Mason could get $80,000 bonus

Presidents don’t garner raises, but could receive bonuses.

County suicides triple this year

With suicide numbers high in 2009 for Johnson County, local agencies talk about awareness and education.

Center marks 40 years of fighting substance abuse

Started by Iowa City citizens in 1969, the Mideast Council on Chemical Abuse looks ahead to 40 more years of healing.

Spotlight Iowa City: Helping hand for seniors

An Iowa City woman works to make retirement life a bit easier.

H1N1 may be on the rise on campus, officials say

With possibly 200 cases of H1N1 already on campus, UI officials said the number of students contracting the virus may be on the rise.

Dental Science Building to get makeover

Despite budget concerns, UI officials received permission from the Iowa State Board of Regents to remodel some portions of the Dental Science Building.

County supervisors push for health-care reform

The Johnson County Board of Supervisors agreed on a resolution which urges “immediate passage of comprehensive federal health care reform legislation” on Thursday.

UI can add two new programs, regents say

The bachelor of arts program in ethics and public-policy and the bachelor of arts program in environmental sciences will soon be at the UI.

Former VP Jones to find out lawsuit’s fate soon

The hearing on the UI’s motion to dismiss the lawsuit will be held Oct. 16.

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