Mason addresses media, cautions against hasty judgement from public

President Sally Mason has been under fire for several incidents in the last several weeks.

PHOTOS: Chinese international students adjust to life at the UI

Chinese students make up the largest portion of the international student population at the UI.

UI implements LGBT question on admissions application

Fiscal Cliff worries local and state officials

As the end of the year grows nearer, fear grows as to the fate of the Bush tax cuts and the pocketbooks of millions of Americans.

Officials laud increase in patients at recently opened clinic

The Iowa River Landing Clinic saw 7,000 visits in November.

Smaller taxi companies remain opposed to Iowa City City Council ordinance

Several Iowa City cab companies think new requirements could run them out of business.

Dogs invade UI campus during finals week

UI PAWS and the UI library both held events this past week to allow students to relieve stress, and students want to see more in the future.

UI Graduate Profile: Grad travels the world to help children

Jenna Harshbarger, a senior set to graduate this month, spends her summers working in a summer camp overseas.

Chief Hargadine to stay in Iowa City

Salvation Army donations over halfway to $300K goal

Woman accused of stealing 30 Nintendo DS video games

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