Drake hazing incident sparks UI concerns

Some members of the UI’s greek community say they’re startled by news of an alleged hazing incident at Drake University in Des Moines and anticipate increased alcohol education.

UI works to help vets

UI student vets discuss campus life, postwar effects on daily activities.

Gulf vet aids younger vets

Cate Hartmann’s journey to the UI hasn’t been easy.

Courts being hit hard

Furloughs in the courts system announced Tuesday, lay-offs may follow.

Communicator is key, VP candidate says

Sandra Conn, the UI’s second candidate for vice president for strategic communication, said she’s great at working with words — whether as a writer or in public relations.

Ped Mall businesses want smoking ban

Boutiques in the Pedestrian Mall are looking to move loiterers out of the area — and another smoking ordinance could be the solution.

Iowa up for $45 million grant from Department of Energy

The proposal would create world’s first large-scale turbine testing facility on UI grounds.

Study: Schools not up to speed on harassment

Iowa schools still aren’t up to par when it comes to the prevention of harassment and bullying, according to a study released today.

School Board approves redistricting goals

Iowa City School Board members approved their list of four redistricting priorities on Tuesday, after making slight wording changes.

Spotlight Iowa City: Being adaptive in the nude deal

For model Jenny Edwards, being naked is a personal thing. Nudity is about being the form and essence of a person.

Woman charged with assault on officer

Police charged an Iowa City woman on Monday after she allegedly assaulted a police officer.

Man charged with assault with intent

An Iowa City man faces a felony charge after he allegedly attacked a woman in her home on Monday night with the intention of sexually assaulting her.

Woman charged with possession of stolen property

A Coralville woman faces charges after she allegedly used a credit card and gift card from a purse she stole from a worker in the Iowa City Probation Office, authorities said.

Board OKs fine settlement

School Board members approved a settlement — reduced from $16,200 to $5,200 — between the Iowa City School District and the Iowa Occupational Safety and Health Division of Labor Services Tuesday night.

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