UI rethinks PR approach after football hospitalizations

UI communications officials said they are working on improving internal communication after hundreds of emails were released showing how they handled the hospitalization of 13 football players.

Art donors wary after Pollock bill

Several donors to the UI Museum of Art said they may not donate in the future after the controversy over the bill that would have required the UI to sell its Jackson Pollock painting.

Students learn how to respond in violent situations

While UI staff and faculty made up the bulk of participants in the classes last year, UI police are issuing a special invitation to students to learn what to do in a dangerous situation.

Union supporters gather at Capitol

Union members gathered in Des Moines in a show of solidarity with those in Wisconsin and to protest any potential infringements on their own collective bargaining power.

School Board aims to increase communication

Board members discussed issuing press releases and board members visiting schools more often.

UIHC patient celebrates 25 years on dialysis

Dennis Burgess has lived without kidneys for 18 years using dialysis treatment.

Spotlight: One of the town’s favorite haunts

Nialle Sylvan has owned the Haunted Bookshop for the past seven years.

Prof convicted of assault resigns from UI

Toshiki Itoh was found guilty on two counts of assault with intent to cause bodily injury in October.

Petition tries to block release of employment records

Off-duty officer prevents theft

Police: UI athlete hit man’s head with champagne bottle

IC man arrested for witness tampering

Huckabee to visit Iowa City

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