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IC kids provide coats for families in need

Longfellow Elementary teacher Paula Rocca's students helped advertise and organize a winter clothing drive, which is part of a larger organization "Coats for Kindness".


UISG proposes voluntary 'green' fee

UISG officials said student approval is the first step towards a fee to support sustainability efforts in the university's future.


Universities can consider race in student admisison

A set of new guidelines issued by the Departments of Justice and Education encourage post secondary institutions to reduce "racial isolation" and increase "diversity."


Some GOP candidates seek to eliminate Dept. of Education

If the department is eliminated, experts say state agencies would need to be created in order to administer financial aid.


UI junior fosters clowning passion

Alex Zaprudsky also worked for Circus Smirkus, a youth circus in Vermont as their public relations representative.


Safety, security crucial for proposed Johnson County Justice Center

Wednesday's meeting brought jail subcommittee members up to date with  architect plans and dates of upcoming meetings discussing plans for the justice center.


Pensions cost Iowa City millions

The city currently pays $2.2 million dollars in pensions, a cost only expected to rise.


Russell brings jazz and blues to the Mill

Singer Catherine Russell will perform her fresh reinterpretations of classic songs in a sold-out show today.


UICCU to stop accepting UBill payments


IC man charged for allegedly punching pregnant woman


IC police: Man hit person with golf club for taking PSP


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