UI student returns home after witnessing Egyptian revolution

Dan Olinghouse, a political science major, protested alongside Egyptians before returning home amongst intensified violence.

UI students, officials react to Mubarak resignation

Officials from International Programs said they believe the deposition of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak will increase both ends of the exchange between Egyptian and American students.

Students protest tuition hikes

Roughly 40 people attended a protest on the Pentacrest on the afternoon of Feb. 11. The protest was led by Students for Affordable Education, a new student organization.

Regents differ on Pollock bill

House Bill 84 would force the UI to sell “Mural,” a Jackson Pollock painting donated to the UI in 1951.

Spotlight: A psych major & fighter

He may not look like “a big, bad fighter,” but Iowa sophomore Shane Burtzlaff has won six of seven career fights.

City High more alert after bus crash

A December bus crash involving City High’s junior-varsity wrestling team has heightened safety awareness surrounding winter busing.

DC conference for conservatives draws students

Results of a straw poll taken at the Conservative Political Action Conference could be predictors of the 2012 Republican presidential nominee.

Students host rock-climbing fundraiser

Funds from this weekend’s climbing fundraiser will go to support the American Foundation for Children with AIDS.

City tackles site of affordable housing

The Community Development Division for Iowa City has made a new affordable housing location model, hoping to make the distribution of low-income housing more fair.

Police arrest 3 at Hills meth lab

Two charged in meth lab bust

Teen dies after hit and run on I-80

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