UI Student Government mum on 21-ordinance

But the expected incoming administration says it will encourage students to vote.

Law school works on diversity

A revised diversity statement for the UI College of Law is set to reach faculty this month to continue efforts in diversity.

Group aims to identify what UI students should gain from education

The council is targeting four desirable outcomes to help students “map” their education.

Small businesses ready for health-care reform

Some have struggled with providing health-care coverage to employees; others can’t afford it at all.

UI student entrepreneurs use census to plan businesses

The census results show those launching businesses at the UI demographics like income, age, and competition.

Spotlight Iowa City: A new way of regarding music

UI sophomore Joshua Weidling has created a website featuring tours of the buses, cars, vans that bands travel the country on when they’re on tour.

Many back broadband plan

Local residents may soon have more access to the digital world.

Osborn trial date set

The trial has been set for an Iowa City man charged with first-degree murder in the slaying of his girlfriend, according to court records.

Court clears law dean of bias

A U.S. District judge has dismissed with prejudice a free-speech and equal-protection lawsuit filed against the outgoing dean of the University of Iowa College of Law.


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