Latino enrollment growing at UI, across the country

1,334 Latino students are enrolled at the UI this fall.

Occupy Iowa City: City Council agrees to bigger tents in College Green

After much debate, occupiers and local officials reached a compromise Tuesday.

Iowa City remains City of Literature after U.S. cuts UNESCO support

Iowa City will be unaffected by the United States' decision to cease financial contributions to UNESCO after Palestine was admitted as a member on Monday.

UISG defines new Wingman safety campaign

The Wingman campaign will include late-night transportation, a responsible-actions protocol, and a partnership with Red Watch Band.

UI students propose town-hall meetings to push higher ed funding

UI student leaders want to travel around the community to showcase the three regent universities.

FEMA representatives look for local input on flood demolitions

FEMA representatives will accept opinions from the general public regarding the Art Building and Hancher complex.

Dykstra has trouble recalling day of his son's hospitalization

Brian Dykstra testified today in the Johnson County Courthouse, saying the events after his child exhibited unusual symptoms were "faint."

City Council votes in favor of tax district in second public hearing

The final hearing for the tax district will take place Dec. 6.

UI Ballroom Dance social chair discusses the groups success

Two men charged in North Liberty burglary

Two Iowa City men face numerous drug charges

UISG senators will participate in lobbying training

City Council votes on UniverCity property

City Council votes to tighten taxi regulations

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