Iowa City cohousing group will soon own land

A group in Iowa City looking to build a cohousing community will soon own the land to build it on.

Changes coming for downtown Iowa City parking

Local officials hope a new "First Hour Free" initiative, coupled with the implementation of "smart" meters, can abolish the lack of parking perception downtown.

Powwow celebrates 20 years in Iowa City

The American Indian Student Association held its 20th powwow last weekend.

UI University Librarian candidate emphasizes transition of libraries in digital ages

Beth Namachchivaya, third candidate being considered for the position, believes consulting and listening is crucial for the libraries to move ahead.

Lang, Rastetter defend actions at UI professors meeting

Two regents visited the University of Iowa for an annual meeting of the Iowa Chapter's meeting of the American Association of University Professors.

Reynolds highlights fundraiser and Johnson County Republicans' plan for 2014

Johnson County Republicans believe they can continue to appeal to all groups of voters despite recent criticisms.

HOUSE Party wins UISG elections

Katherine Valde and Jack Cumming want to implement the HOUSE Party's bike library initiative as soon as possible.

VIDEO: Watch last week's DI Q&A with UI President Sally Mason

Man accused of making child touch his "privates"

UI ranks fifth in the Big Ten schools for amount of materials recycled

Construction to UI Main Library entrance to begin next week

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