Shelter House makes chefs out of the homeless

Culinary Starts is a new program at the Iowa City Shelter House that trains homeless people with basic culinary expertise to enter the restaurant or catering market.

Gigantic books to be showcased in Johnson County

Five-foot tall book statues will be located throughout Johnson County from June to October as a fundraiser to support the Iowa City UNESCO City of Literature and the public libraries of Iowa City, Coralville, and North Liberty.

Public reacts to flood-mitigation proposal

As part of a preliminary approval process, officials showed plans for flood gates and a permanent pumping station to the Iowa City public Tuesday night.

UI restrooms to have sharps containers

Sharps container disposal bins will be available by July for UI visitors, students and faculty.

Student governments reflect on year's accomplishments

John Rigby is mindful that he may have not been realistic enough in his expectations of his time as president of the University of Iowa Student Government.

UIHC surgeon pens first fictional novel

Carol Scott-Conner, the second woman to ever be appointed the head of a Department of Surgery in America, wrote a collection of short stories about women in the surgical field.

Student group focuses on US-China relations

As relations between the United States and China become more important, one student group is beginning to network early on.

Spotlight: UI senior helps minority children think about college

Jasmyn Harrington encourages minority students to go to college through her student teaching.

Supervisors discuss wind farm

School board discusses transparency

Iowa River Landing projects approved

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