Regents delay tuition decision

Members of the UI and Iowa City communities will have to wait another two months for the decision on any increases in tuition next year.

Mason to take budget questions

UI students will have their first chance to directly question UI administrators on budget issues, including tuition increases, and a $100 spring surcharge.

Art with more than a touch of glass

Seated behind a torch emitting a 12-inch jet of blue flame, David Albery held a tube of molten glass in one hand and a coloring rod in the other.

Council passes curfew for 2nd time

After two months of waiting, the juvenile curfew is back on the Iowa City City Council’s agenda — with a new amendment.

UI jumps to folio fore

The UI’s recently created online portfolio is gaining popularity.

Spotlight Iowa City: A stitch in time aids thousands

Laura Aker never expected to help thousands of people with a pair of knitting needles.

IC joins towns in push for bar law

Iowa City officials are joining eight other Iowa cities to encourage state legislators to hold bar owners responsible for what happens outside their doors.

Locals protest surge

Holding pizza boxes and posters covered with antiwar rhetoric, UI students and Iowa City residents protested against President Obama’s decision to increase the number troops in Afghanistan Tuesday.

Officials firm on research money

UI officials are prepared to fight to protect research funding for faculty.

QuickCare expands with new east location

Those who need health care at irregular times or without an appointment now have a new option: UI QuickCare East, located at 1843 Lower Muscatine Road.

UI aims some high-tech at prospective students

The UI will soon employ a new recruiting tool.

Weinberg gives up psychology license

A former Iowa City psychologist currently in prison on charges of possession of child pornography voluntarily surrendered his license to practice psychology.

Hines wins award

UI senior and Daily Iowan reporter Holly Hines won 11th place in the Feature Writing competition of the 2009-10 Hearst Journalism Awards Program. She went up against almost 150 entrants from 75 journalism schools across the country.

Food Bank breaks record

The Iowa City Crisis Center Food Bank served a record number of families last month. On average, 959 families used the service per week in November.

Man charged with reckless driving, mischief

Johnson County sheriff’s deputies arrested a Solon man after he allegedly caused more than $1,600 in damages to street signs and mailboxes.

Council delays fee decision

The Iowa City City Council on Tuesday evening deferred its decision on a possible franchise fee until Dec. 7.

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