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City Council wants local control over alcohol policies

City and state officials agree the state's "good moral standing" is vague and makes creating local policy difficult.


UI prof: Liquor ad case won't significantly harm student papers

While one UI professor said newspapers shouldn't print ads that could harm the public, some question whether alcohol ads have any effect.


Students help seniors with 'Bucket List' items

A UI Aging and Leisure class paired with local senior citizens for the first time this semester to help them complete a few tasks on their to-do lists.


Provost search committee to focus on longevity

Longevity, strong leadership, and a concrete vision for the university are at the top of the list for many members.


Expert speaks on cyberbullying

Justin Patchin, an associate professor of criminal justice at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, spoke about cyberbullying to Iowa City parents on Monday night.


UI improv student aiming for SNL, Second City

Chloe Metzger performs with Paperback Rhino in hopes of improvising for a national audience someday.


UI lags in sustainability report card


East Side vandalism reported


North Liberty man charged with burglary, assault


North Liberty club fails tobacco sting


Councilors nix single-stream recycling


Police Blotter


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