New records system causes hiccups for some UI students’ degree audits

The transition to a new records system has caused some hiccups in student information, yet University of Iowa officials maintain the problems are temporary growing pains in a major overhaul.

Iowa Supreme Court case has farmers shutting their doors

An Iowa Supreme Court ruling has limited the ways in which farmers can claim immunity from liability when injuries occur on their farms.

Ped Mall public art initiatives to move forward

Downtown officials hope the BenchMarks 2.0 project will become a catalyst for future downtown beautification projects.

UI College Republicans continue promoting 2nd Amendment week

Today’s events included tabling at Schaeffer Hall to distribute National Rifle Association information.

Branstad, state officials begin trade mission to China

Branstad and two other governors along with regent officials will begin a four-day outreach to the growing economic power.  

Basta executive chef demonstrates pasta making

Brady McDonald, executive chef for Basta, performed a cooking demonstration in conjunction with CIMBA on Wednesday.

UI senior earns award for human rights effort

Zach Heffernen helped the UI Center for Human Rights keep from getting funding cuts.

Postal service to continue Saturday mail until further notice

Man accused of selling marijuana for $120

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