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Former dean of students claims discrimination

Phillip Jones asked a judge to add discrimination to his wrongful termination and defamation lawsuit against the UI.


Iowa considers legalizing online poker

Supporters of online poker called it a revenue-generator for the state and said regulating the industry could protect players.


New world languages division picks director

Russell Ganim will head the recently created unit, which merged the various language departments.


Wikipedia founder speaks on campus

The creator of Wikipedia spoke Tuesday night about the impact of the online open-source encyclopedia on education.


Coralville property taxes to increase

Though Coralville city councilors voted to maintain property taxes, residents will still see an increase based on changes at the state level.


The Roots to perform on campus

The Roots, a Grammy award-winning hip-hop band, will make a stop in Iowa City today.


Women get chance to build

The Habitat for Humanity Women Build promotes the recruitment of women in construction.


UI senior makes mark on acapella group

Paul Spooner is a leader in the UI’s men’s a capella and public-relations groups, and he’s had his pilot’s license since 2009.


Coralville businesses see fire damages


Branstad appoints transportation committee


Coralville RAGBRAI stop to have tailgate theme


Bill to restrict teen driving passes Senate


Johnson County added to fingerprint database


K2 ban passes House


Compromise on preschool funding passes House


Faculty discusses reclassification


No decision yet from Presidential Committee on Athletics review committee


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