UI trademark revenue increases, goes to athletics

Revenue from the UI's trademark-licensing program — money it makes from the sale of Hawkeye merchandise ranging from apparel to food — continues to increase each fiscal year. And the distribution of the millions of dollars in royalties benefits just one UI area: sports.

City Council members split in Melrose Avenue vendors debate

Mayor Matt Hayek offered compromise in the face of other members who oppose the Melrose Avenue vendors.

80-year-old rides horse for Alzheimer's research

At 80-years-old, Bill Taylor aims to ride across Iowa on horseback — all to raise money for Alzheimer's disease research at the University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics.

Locals participate in dog relay

The 30-member dog team competes in the sport flyball, a dog relay sport.

UISG inaugurates new administration

President Elliot Higgins and Vice President Brittany Caplin were sworn in Sunday afternoon at the Kinnick Stadium pressbox.

School unions announce 12 staff cuts

Teachers will likely be let off according to seniority, union officials said.

Spotlight: Dance teacher spreads her art

Former Iowa gymnastics coach Diane Demarco has taught ballroom dance classes since 2006.

UniverCity aims to blend renters with owners

The organization is purchasing 25 houses to sell to residents who work on or near campus

Iowa City celebrates RiverFest

As part of 33rd annual RiverFest, community members and students gathered for the 10,000 Hours Show-hosted carnival.

Police: Man broke into home with axe

Four women arrested for prostitution in Coralville

UI student charged with assault, criminal mischief

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