Marshall found guilty of first-degree murder in landlord's slaying

Justin Marshall, 22, is set to be formally sentenced on April 26.

UI center accidentally sends out mass email with confidential student information

The email contained names, credit hours, and grade point averages of students.

Women's Resource and Action Center sees record number of volunteers

The Women's Resource and Action Center averages 60-70 volunteers per semester.

Professional photographer Guidotti inspires students to look past genetic disorders

Photographer Rick Guidotti left the fashion industry to help show the world the beauty in genetic variation.

Braley announces Senate run, locals look to 2014 race

The political landscape in Iowa is changing, and Congressman Bruce Braley's announcement Thursday to run for the Senate has prompted talk about the 2014 race.

Do undergrads show improvement in their first two years of college? Researcher says no

Josipa Roska, co-author of "Academically Adrift: Limited Learning on Campuses," gave a presentation on her books and its findings during her visit to the UI.

Sustainability officials plan expansion of hydration stations at the UI

Each hydration station has a counter of the number of plastic water bottles saved.

Local groups voice concern over border enforcement

President Barack Obama's plans for immigration reform include strengthening border security.

Regents vote to uphold Juweid termination

Mark Nolte named ICAD Group President

Iowa City Downtown District endorses city's parking proposals

Supervisors want Justice Center vote on May 7

William Ruud selected as next UNI president

Officials lay out process for Chauncey development

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