UI grad student speaks out about attempted robbery, campus safety

The 24-year-old female said she thinks the UI should provide more safety and people should be more educated.

Technical issues following Hawk Alert alarms community members

The UI has had several issues in the past with the Hawk Alert system.

Equal pay and women’s rights among importance for women voters

Local organizations, such as the UI's Women's Action and Resource Center see a similar rise in importance of women's issues, such as reproductive rights.

Changes to UI Honors Program expected to cut membership in half

A change in requirements for the UI Honors Program is predicted to drastically decrease the size of the Honors Program.

Hawkeye Poll: Romney leads among likely Iowan voters

The latest Hawkeye poll gives an edge to Romney, though Obama leads among all voting age Iowans in the survey

Bone marrow drive focuses on quality over quantity in registered donors

UI junior Joey Drum anonymously donated his bone marrow to a 59 year-old man during finals week of last semester.

UI houses rare cephalopods donations

Hundreds of millions of years ago the earth looked much different than it does today — an ancient sea teeming with life stretched across Iowa.

UI officials see rising demand for Iowa’s only EMBA program

The UI has seen a rise in demand for the Executive MBA program offered in Des Moines due to success of past classes.


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