City ban on alcoholic game prizes won’t be lifted

City officials decided to leave the current ban on alcoholic beverages as gaming prizes as it is after the 21-ordinance.

President Mason talks tuition, alcohol

UI President Sally Mason said she’s not yet concerned the UI will lose students due to rising tuition.

Locals, students speak about Japan disaster

In the Japanese school where UI graduate James O’Hollearn works, students are now served milk and bread for lunch every day. Power outages across the region don’t allow other food to be refrigerated.

Councilors request more info on red-light cameras

Iowa City City Councilors decided to continue gathering information about red-light cameras after hearing Cedar Rapids Police Chief Greg Graham praise the system.

UI students protest Libya airstrikes

University of Iowa freshman Joey Gallagher sat in the spring rain Monday, protesting U.S. involvement in the conflict in Libya. “Obama No ‘Change’ From Bush,” Gallagher’s sign read.

Spotlight: UI junior helps students take art to the street

University of Iowa junior Erica Tuke brings street art culture to Iowa City high-school students.

2 UI students arrested after dorm fight

2 charged after fight

Verizon 4G wireless coming to Iowa City

Ex-UI President Rawlings to head president’s group

City introduces ‘dual stream’ recycling

Pawlenty forms exploratory committee

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