Iowa City wrestling community condemns Olympics decision, vows to fight

In a shocking move, the executive board of the International Olympic Committee voted Tuesday morning to remove wrestling from the Olympics in 2020.

Mason at Statehouse calls for legislature's funding support

Legislative officials are confident in the regent universities receiving necessary allocations for the next fiscal year.

Iowa City schools debut $2M EveryClassroom technology campaign

Smart boards, multimedia projectors and document cameras will be implemented in every school building by 2013-2014.

UI Law School staffer Wagner charged with OWI

Study: Electrical beds safe in psychiatric units

The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics have 58 electric beds of their own.

UI officials voice concerns over aging faculty population

The University of Iowa Department of Health Management and Policy conducted a study that found more employees planned to work five years longer than the average.

Officials address lack of recycling at Iowa City apartments

Iowa City officials are striving towards implementing recycling systems for the apartments.

Tutor Universe sees usage growth after launch

Being tutored in Spanish by someone directly from Spain was virtually impossible — until last year.

Counseling conference for Big Ten universities comes to Iowa City

Following an uptick in their services last fall, officials at the University of Iowa Counseling Services say their numbers are leveling off and that they currently do not have any plans to hire additional staff.

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