UI seeks input on alcohol message following Anheuser-Busch controversy

The UI sent out a survey last Friday to all undergraduate students assessing their perception on the UI's stance on alcohol use.

UI program aims to connect international, American students

The first Friends and Neighbors program started after one UI official noticed social discrepancies between U.S. and international students.

Officials: Documentary draws connections between sexual assault in military, Iowa City

The documentary, Invisible War has begun the discussion for military change in how cases of sexual harassment will be handled.

UI College of Law enrollment down, tuition rises

The UI College of Law follows the national trend of decreasing enrollment while tuition is on the rise.

Johnson County attorney finds agent's use of deadly force "justified"

Despite Janet Lyness' conclusion that an agent's shooting of a man during a narcotics investigation was justified, a criminology professor said use of deadly force is rare in Iowa.

UI sees increase in international graduate students

The University of Iowa is expected to see a rise in international students in the graduate programs this fall, unlike the University of Northern Iowa and Iowa State University.

Iowa City officials plan to renew "Bicycle-Friendly" designation

Local cyclists say there remains some room for improvement in IC bicycle infrastructure.

Davenport man sentenced for distributing cocaine

Coralville man charged with assault and third OWI

Prosecutors file motion to block murder suspect's trial delay

Man charged with child endangerment waives right to speedy trial

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