Education experts discuss teaching 9/11

Dr. Fehn is teaching education students how to approach the subject of Sept. 11 using “Powerful Teaching and Learning” techniques.

Iowa experts unsure which way Latino vote will swing in 2012

The Latino population voted in favor of the Democrats by 67 percent in 2008, while only accounting for 53 percent of the Democratic vote in 2004.

UI spent more than $100K on roommate matching software

Students will be matched to other students based on a series of questions according to their likes and dislikes.

Iowa City moves forward on hiring Des Moines lobbyist

Iowa City officials are in favor of hiring a lobbyist to improve communication with state legislators.

Number of visitors to UI counseling service stagnant

UCS has introduced initial appointment slots throughout the week to be able to see students requesting counseling more often and at a faster pace.

UI custodian heads back to class

In the blink of an eye, Ed Phipps went from starting his second year of college to putting all plans on hold.

Branstad appoints Mason to council

City Council to survey UniverCity property

City moves ahead on Riverfront Crossings

Pre-trial conference delayed for ex-UIHC employee

Police: Pregnant woman assaulted man while intoxicated

Man breaks into womans house, threatens life

Police ask for help in Dane’s Dairy break-in

Two charged in Taxi theft

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