TAs get pay raise, full tuition coverage

The Campaign to Organize Graduate Students at the UI ratified its new contract Wednesday, which includes a 2 percent pay raise for the 2011-2012 year.

UI prof not among 3 new Supreme Court justices

UI Law Professor Angela Onwuachi-Willig, the only female among the nine nominees for the three positions, was not selected, leaving Iowa with an all-male Supreme Court.

Q&A: Mason talks football hospitalizations, politics

UI President Sally Mason also told The Daily Iowan provost candidates could start visiting campus in April.

J-school students to study in Britain during royal wedding

The course, set to be taught by UI journalism professor Stephen Bloom, is the first journalism school-sponsored program abroad taught by UI faculty.

Tippie meets with UI students

Henry Tippie, a UI graduate and chairman of Dover Motorsports, spoke to a group of about 400 people on the UI campus Wednesday evening.

AirCare takes to the skies

The UIHC hospital service remains vital despite an increase in competition statewide.

Downtown security cameras rarely used

After eight months with the eight security cameras on the Pedestrian Mall, local officials and downtown business owners stand by their importance.

Spotlight: UNESCO director shares passion for literature

Iowa City is one of 27 UNESCO cities and one of four City of Literature’s, among Edinburgh, Melbourn, and Dublin. Jeannette Pilak believes Iowa City residents should be proud of this designation.

UI student faces numerous charges

Police investigate possible gunshots

School Board claims ignorance on collective-bargaining position

United Way: Local poverty growing

Officials: “No need for 21-ordinance elsewhere”

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