Records: Mason's trip to Asia cost $130K

UI President Sally Mason's trip to Asia over the summer cost the university $128,006.04, according to records.

Federal judge rules with UI in Mills lawsuit

Film group proposes 20-story tower for College-Gilbert corner lot

FilmScene hopes to permanently locate in The Chauncey, a structure planned for the corner of College and Gilbert Streets, if the tower is approved.

UI study: Knee replacement surgeries more prevalent than ever

A study released by the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine reveals that the number of patients seeking knee replacement surgeries in the United States has greatly increased in the last 20 years.

Planned Parenthood Action Fund president touts women's issues for election

Cecile Richards, the president of the Planned Parenthood Action Fund, spoke at Devotay, 117 N. Linn, Thursday evening.

Harvard professor at UI: Affirmative action necessary for colleges

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on Oct. 10 for the Fisher v. Texas case, which addresses affirmative action in the court for the first time since 2003.

Local business owners say annual OktoberFest aids revitalization of North Side

The 17th annual OktoberFest will run today through Saturday in Iowa City.

Sustainability author at the UI: "Cut your emissions, drive your savings"

L. Hunter Lovins has more than 40 years of experience in business and sustainability management.

JC Supervisors discuss progress on Mehaffey Bridge project

Rhetoric department hosting live stream of Stewart, O'Reilly debate Saturday

Woman attacks and strangles ex-boyfriend

Man faces alcohol, drug charges after Ped Mall patrol encounter

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