Mason is hopeful about flood recovery efforts

An invisible wall has been put up in place for the Art West building in case of future flooding.

Mason: Party rank perplexing

If the citations continue, Mason said the UI may relook at education policies.

Celebrating Ramadan

Allaa Hassanein used to have a competition with her brother when they were younger to see who could fast the longest during the Islamic holiday of Ramadan.

Offcials react to reported assault

In the wake of the University of Iowa’s most recent reported sexual assault, UI President Sally Mason said providing education to students remains key.

Taft residents raise concerns

Residents of Taft Speedway and the surrounding neighborhood formed continuous lines in front of the microphone Thursday night, eagerly awaiting the chance to voice their opinions at a community meeting.

Iowa City Public Library may serve alcohol

The license to serve alcohol would be used to hold fundraising events at the library.

Organized tailgating chaos

Taylor Gould doesn’t have a hot dog and a Coke in her hand at Hawkeye football tailgating events. But she does have a mellophone.

Iowa City Community School District fined 25K for late tax payment

The Iowa City Public Library sees an increase in usage

Johnson County Board of Supervisors approved measures to build wind farms

A UI student was charged with assault causing bodily harm Tuesday.

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