Museum of Art donations decrease since loss of facility

Officials say possible reasons for the decline are the economy and lack of permanent museum space.

New city manager starts today

Iowa City's newest City Manager plans meet as many people as possible in his first few days.

On World AIDS day, locals stress the importance of awareness

Cases of HIV/AIDS in Iowa increased by 18 percent from 2008 to 2009, according to the Iowa Department of Public Health. On World AIDS Day, locals are stressing the importance of the diseases.

Professors yearn for blackboards in era of technology

With whiteboards taking over many classrooms, the Math Department has made sure its new tutoring lab is keeping the chalk around.

Local novelists write 52,000 words in one month

For National Novel Writing Month, writers try to write an entire novel in one month.

UI to use beet juice to de-ice campus

UI officials will be using a sugar beet deicer this winter that boasts a more environmental approach.

Spotlight: Overcoming obstacles to earn an education

Evelyn Cardenas, a non-traditional UI student, has overcome several challenges to finally get a college education.

North Liberty man faces variety of charges

Koch donates $2 million to research on bipolar disorders

Ibarra selected as Environmental and Public Health ambassador

Alcoholic-energy drinks must be off shelves by end of the week

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