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Clark found guilty

The former Lemme Elementary counselor’s sentencing is set for March 26.


Loh: Students the priority

UI officials are trying to remedy the problem of increased enrollment coupled with fewer faculty members predicted for next year, Provost Wallace Loh told the UI Staff Council on Wednesday.


Howie Day to headline 10K Show

New incentives for volunteers allow them to attend other Iowa 10K concerts or bring a friend.


Mason, Loh discuss budget, drinking

A handful of students took the opportunity to have a discussion with a panel Wednesday that included President Sally Mason and Provost Wallace Loh.


UI helps train science teachers

Students can now snag master’s degrees in science education one year sooner.


Bill would aid undocumented immigrants

The Iowa Opportunities and Workforce Act attempts to grant undocumented immigrants with more opportunities in higher education.


Cambus confident about its drivers in winter

Not all Cambus drivers train in winter-weather conditions.


Poverty an issue in Iowa, local experts say

State has difficulty replacing quality jobs lost by recession.


Spotlight Iowa City: Writer knows when to park day job

John Thomas, who works in the UI Parking and Transportation Department during the day, has an unexpected second life. Though he may not be a super hero, he occasionally creates them. He is a published author of graphic novels.


Material witness wants case dismissed

The material witness held in relation to the Oct. 8, 2009, shooting death of John Versypt has asked that his case be dismissed, according to court documents.


Iowa lags in Advanced Placement Exams

Fewer Iowa high-school students took an Advanced Placement Exam in 2009 than students nationwide and scored lower than their American peers, according to the group’s sixth-annual report to the nation released Wednesday.


IMU, your late-night place to be

Now open until 2 a.m. daily, students can study, grab late-night snacks, or find a place to relax in the IMU.


Defendants in Jones’ suit respond

The UI, state Board of Regents, and UI President Sally Mason have submitted their answer to a lawsuit filed by a former UI vice president for Student Services, according to court documents.


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