Mason: Rising utility costs partly to blame for tuition hike

President Sally Mason said one of the reasons tuition is expected to rise is because of uncontrollable costs such as electricity.

Q&A: Mason discusses increase in tuition, campus safety

In a monthly interview, Mason said officials are continuing to seek more state appropriations to offset tuition.

Occupy Iowa City: Controversy surrounds College Green structure

Occupiers claim they had permission to build the structure, but city officials say they never gave permission.

Iowa City school district faces increasing class sizes, fewer teachers

Growing class sizes call for more teachers, but with continued budget cuts, officials say they need to look at other options to deal with the demands.

Student environmentalists petition for quicker end to UI coal

UI Sierra Student Coalition members say they're halfway to their goal of 2,500 signatures.

Expert: College political organizations help students' careers

A UI political expert said political campaigns utilize youth enthusiasm to increase voter turnout.

Officials: Murder suspect "calm" when emergency personnel arrived

Several officials testified Tuesday in the second-degree murder trial of former Iowa City resident Brian Dykstra.

Jazz ensemble Dead Cat Bounce visits Blue Moose

Matt Steckler began playing the saxophone in the fourth grade. He chose the sax because the man demonstrating the instrument had long hair and looked cool, he said.

Coralville woman charged with 3rd OWI

Marshall trial reset

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