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Candidate optimistic about city's future

University of Iowa employee Mark Winkler is running for Coralville City Council in hopes to give back to the community with his talents in business.


Unique campus office hopes to increase awareness of available services

The Office of the Ombudsperson is looking at ways to make sure they are always an option.


Q&A with Coralville candidates informs public for election

The City of Coralville held a forum to educate public on city council and mayoral candidates before the Nov. 5 election.


Candidate believes in development for Coralville

Coralville city council candidate John Weber believes that development is an investment for the city.


UI receives average grade for vegan options

University of Iowa has been ranked at a 33 percent satisfaction rate to meeting vegan and vegetarian needs.


Mason talks government shutdown

President Sally Mason assessed the potential impacts of the federal government shutdown on the UI.


Council to address housing issue at regional level

The Iowa City City Council believes the best solution to the affordable housing problem is to work with Johnson County programs.


Former U.S. Congressman discusses need for STEM and humanities to work together

As the first in a new Distinguished Speakers series being put on by the UI College of Education, former U.S. Congressman talked about how sciences and humanities should work together.


Q&A: Mason talks government shutdown, UI apartments, and E-Cigarettes


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