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Kinnick love at first sight

Formerly blind, a local man sees his first Hawkeye football game in 48 years.


More students working toward social justice in India this winter

The INdIA Winterim program will pair students with non-governmental organizations to work side-by-side on world issues.


FEMA flood office opens today in Iowa City

FEMA will begin flood recovery efforts for the UI out of a new Iowa City location.


Breaking down stigmas

A Sunday vigil kicked off Mental Illness Awareness Week in Johnson County.


Locals petition for a special election

The Johnson County treasurer, recorder, and auditor will appoint an applicant to the empty Board of Supervisors seat if no successful petition is filed.


Workshops give TAs a chance to hone their skills

New TA workshops are an improvement on previous training standards, many say, but hope for future expansion.


‘Don’t ask’ questioned

With politicians debating the controversial “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy, UI military personnel are also weighing in on the issue.


Spotlight Iowa City: Making sidewalk music

Street performing not only lends to the atmosphere, it helps ease the pressures of college for UI student Andrew Wagner.


3 charged with bootlegging

Three Iowa City men were arrested after throwing a keg party and allegedly selling alcohol to a police officer and people under the legal age, according to Iowa City police.


Eagles give first part of diabetes pledge

The Fraternal Order of Eagles delivered the first $5 million installment of a $25 million pledge to establish the Fraternal Order of Eagles Diabetes Research Center.


Labyrinth Days begin

Labyrinth Days for the 2009-10 school year began at Old Brick on Sunday from 3 to 7 p.m.


UI gets NIH grant

The UI will receive approximately $2.6 million in National Institutes of Health funding for biomedical research, Sen. Tom Harkin, D-Iowa, recently announced.


Art workshops for kids

The art-education area of the UI will hold Saturday art workshops for children ages 5 to 13 starting Oct. 10.


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