Some question worth of Iowa City-Chicago rail service

Some experts argue the rail line will not help the economy.

Many student voters stuck to 21-only

Students and experts not surprised about voter response in student-heavy precincts.

Dorm rooms may get personal recycling bins

The $20,000 initiative is under consideration by the UI Student Government.

Ex-CIA agent highlights abuse of power

Valerie Plame Wilson — the Central Intelligence Agency operative whose covert identity was reportedly revealed as an act of retaliation against her husband's criticism of the Bush administration — spoke on campus on Wednesday.

Judge delays North Liberty land deal

A sixth-district judge ruled in favor of plaintiffs' request for a temporary injunction.

Schools criticized on First Amendment rights

Casey Mattox, who served as legal counsel on the Christian Legal Society v. Martinez case, spoke to UI students on Wednesday about First Amendment rights and the importance of students uniting against universities when they infringe upon them.

UI may cut six more grad programs

The University of Iowa Graduate College plans to send six programs to the state Board of Regents, said dean John Keller, seeking possible termination for those programs.

Business students bag for Haiti

Dozens of students from the College of Business helped pack boxes to send to Haiti.

Spotlight Iowa City: Tireless volunteer 'lives' at Old Capitol

Vilda Sutherlin, 84, has worked at the Old Capitol Museum since 1977.

Woman killed in crash

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