More TA cuts possible

UI officials said more TA positions may be cut in response to ongoing state budget woes. But it’s just too early to tell how many or what the scope of the cuts would look like.

Funds gap in City Council race

UI students trail their non-student counterparts in financial contributions.

Local women launch company to help when “girls hurt girls”

“A Way Through” offers workshops and sells educational materials to combat female bullying.

Mason addresses budget concerns

Mason spoke about the need to adjust spending during her “State of the U” speech.

Student and soldier aims at City Council seat

UI junior Dan Tallon hopes for a safer and more affordable community.

Students learn about sustainability

A corporate sustainability expert taught an auditorium full of UI students about her experience.

Korean program joins Chinese to celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival

The party, which included Korean language students for the first time, included music, food, and martial-arts presentations.

New bridge over Iowa River sparks hopes for development

The first bridge built in nearly 50 years in Iowa City opens this afternoon.

Spotlight Iowa City: UI professor brings Thai culture to the classroom

College of Education professor Scott McNabb brings his experiences from Thailand to his classroom.

UI wants more time on Hillcrest-assault documents

Attorneys for the UI asked a judge on Wednesday to allow them more time to release more than 1,100 documents related to the sexual-assault investigation involving two former Hawkeye football players.

Man wants aiding and abetting dropped

An Iowa City man accused of aiding and abetting attempted murder requested on Wednesday that the case against him be dismissed.

IMU footbridge back in action

The IMU footbridge will reopen today after being closed from the 2008 flood.

Stutsman becomes supervisors’ vice chairwoman

The Johnson County Board of Supervisors decided Sally Stutsman will fill deceased Larry Meyers position as the vice head of the supervisors. She will also take his place on the Board of Directors of the Iowa City Chamber of Commerce.

Qwest worker charged

A Qwest employee was arrested after allegedly stealing equipment and then selling it, according to Coralville police.

Ex-UI prof to head Minneapolis Fed

A former UI associate professor was named president and chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis this week.

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