2 UI students stabbed

UI senior Dannel Frisco, along with another student, are recovering at the UI Hospital and Clinics.

Anti-21 group mobilizes

A recently formed committee called Yes for Entertaining Students Safely will soon file paperwork to become a political-action committee so it can raise funds for efforts to repeal the ordinance.

Medical amnesty may up emergency calls

County ambulance services say they would be ready for the possible increase in emergency calls.

Executive Council votes in new leaders

The University of Iowa’s Executive Council of Graduate and Professional Students elected Lyndsay Harshman as its new president for the 2010-2011 academic year on Sunday night.

New center aids UI’s energy use

University of Iowa officials formally opened the new one-room Energy Control Center, tucked into the Office of Sustainability, last week. The new facility will allow officials to monitor and control how much energy the university community in every campus building.

Grassley’s derivative vote may aid re-election

Douglas Dion, a University of Iowa associate professor of political science, said that though Grassley, R-Iowa, broke from his party last week and voted with Democrats on the Agriculture Committee to regulate derivatives, the move put the senior senator in a good position.

Freshman Orientation introduces new alcohol approach

Officials said the program will be an interactive question-and-answer session, including portions where students are asked to turn to their parents and chat about various topics for a few minutes at a time.

Spotlight Iowa City: Rigby a man of many, many hats

UI junior John Rigby has the leadership skills to lead UI Student Government next year, friends say.

2 charged with 3rd OWIs

Local authorities arrested two men for allegedly driving drunk.

UI to merge courses, change names

A proposed termination of the Sexuality Certificate Program will merge courses offered under the program into the Department of Women’s Studies.

Jones’ lawyer wants more answers

The attorney for a former University of Iowa vice president for Student Services has requested that the court ask the defendants to provide more definitive answers to items in the case.

Emergency-communications head charged with OWI

Coralville police have arrested the executive director of the Johnson County Emergency Communication Center for allegedly driving drunk.

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