Controversy surrounds UI City Council liaison’s resignation

Raj Patel said he was forced to resign by UI administrators and UISG officials, but they said it was Patel’s decision. 

Roemer, Johnson, Karger shut out of debate, chime in anyway

The three GOP-nomination candidates followed the debate and offered responses via Twitter. 

Some in Iowa City call for more serious Constitution Week

Some community members said they are dismayed with the lack of academic value to the celebratory activities. 

School Board candidates discuss transparency, enrollment

Ten candidates from the Iowa City area are running for five positions in the Iowa City School Board election today.

Drop-out rates on the rise in Iowa City

A report showed dropout rates have more than doubled, rising from 1.54 percent between 2008 and 2009 to 3.8 percent from 2009 to 2010.  

UI poli-sci grads enter better job market

Last year, three out of four political-science graduate students went on to tenure-track academic positions.

Local veterans share war experiences through prose

More than 50 people gathered on Monday night at the Mill for “Veterans Voices Reading.”

Colleges and high schools pair up for engineering program

In 2010-11, 400 students in Iowa high schools received college credit through Project Lead the Way.

Local dance instructor has “endless” energy

The UI alumna founded the Nolte Academy of Dance when she was only 22 years old with a new marriage and new baby.

Police: Illinois man resisted arrest after fight 

Coralville man charged with growing marijuana

IC man injured in rollover

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