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UI bookstore sees traffic spike after launching new comparison tool

The University of Iowa unveiled a new tool to compare textbook prices in one place, but some say it remains similar to existing technologies.


Women's Resource and Action Center to target more males

The University of Iowa Women's Resource and Action Center will hold an open house today from 4-6 p.m.


Iowa City school district tables vote on Roosevelt sale

Iowa City School District officials said they will keep Roosevelt Elementary a bit longer after tabling discussion on the building's sale Tuesday.


Iowa City school district Physical Plant director resigns

Iowa City School District Physical Plant Director Paul Schultz resigned Tuesday morning, and community and school officials have mixed reviews on the issue.


Iowa City City Council OKs first vote on disorderly house ordinance

Officials issued 273 disorderly house citations in 2010 and 244 in 2011.


Iowa City City Council approves first vote on payday lender ordinance

Iowa City would become the fifth city in Iowa to restrict payday lending services if the proposed ordinance passes.


UI medical school student government eyes lower tuition

Officials with the Carver College of Medicine Student Government asked questions and expressed concerns Tuesday night about one proposal to lower tuition rates.


ECGPS focuses on Biggest Improvement initiative, transparency

The Executive Council of Graduate and Professional Students wants to improve its member schools and increase its presence.


Iowa City City Council votes to end Youth Advisory Commission


Woman faces third-degree burglary charge


Man faces multiple charges following residence search


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