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Professional development assignments increase but UI still falls under statewide cap

For the second year in a row the UI was able to keep the number of career development assignments granted under three percent of faculty.


With levee proposal shelved, Iowa City City Council looks forward

The Iowa City Council looks to discuss new possibilities for the Idyllwild neighborhood after voting 5-2 against the levee


Former U.S. Ambassador details international careers for UI student

Ronald McMullen, the former U.S. Ambassador to Eritrea, spoke at “A Career in International Politics” on Monday.


Demolition dates for last UI flood recovery projects set for winter 2013

Major flood recovery project costs have totaled more than $222 million.


UI Main Library tries to minimize construction distraction ahead of finals

The first floor renovations construction cost will be $7,240,112.


Branstad backs ‘strengthening’ anti-bullying laws

Branstad expresses approval for stronger laws, but one official is “concerned” about what that may entail


Sophomore Walsh representing UI at State Board of Regents

The appointment was made on Nov. 30.


Former Johnson County sheriff passes away


Woman who gave alcohol to 22-month-old child requests bond review


Trial set for IC landlord accused of peeping


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