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Budget woes may endanger sabbaticals

The UI is accepting 40 percent fewer applicants for sabbaticals than it did three years ago.


Remaining stimulus money to fund several new projects

With more than $2 million dollars in stimulus funds not allocated to employee salaries and benefits, the UI will look to improve campus and recruiting efforts.


UI explores reasons students drop out

Previous studies have indicated financial reasons and a sense of not fitting in contribute to poor retention.


Best Buddies a big hit

The Best Buddies program is seeing more students interested in working with mentally disabled community members.


The lights of the season

A new program allows holiday lights to be recycled.


Spotlight Iowa City: Breathing multicultural air

Cultural interaction is more than a career path for UI senior Isabella Santoro.


Miles asks schools for further savings

On Wednesday, state Board of Regents’ President David Miles asked UI President Sally Mason, along with the other regent schools’ leaders, to examine their operations to find more efficiencies and cost-saving measures.


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