Patel says he won’t repeal 21, lacks specific plans

Supporters of Patel gathered at a campaign kick-off event last night to hear the UI junior speak. 

Portion of tuition covered by loans growing

According to a Sallie Mae study, there was a 10 percent increase in the number of grants and scholarships used to pay tuition 2010-11. 

Feds crack down on campus sexual assault

Guidelines require schools to promptly begin steps against ongoing sexual violence, as well as take interim steps before investigations are complete. 

Former Clinton adviser praises affordable education during UI visit

Robert Reich discussed the importance of affordable higher education to the job market as well as the need for a smooth infrastructure during his lecture at the UI. 

Experts say costly UI water project is unnecessary

Department of Natural Resources’ s compliance report found more than 2.6 million Iowans received safe drinking water in 2010. 

UI’s AlcoholEdu doesn’t track long-term success

Experts said online alcohol education courses are often not effective after a student’s first semester. 

Cancer survivor writes children’s book

Crystal Prusha held a book signing for the story The Day I Beat Mr. C at the University of Iowa Children’s Hospital. 

Judge dismisses case against Branstad’s executive order 

UI sees record diversity in freshman class 

Local woman charged in bat incident

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