UI sees a surge in Latino student population

The UI follows a trend in Iowa with increasing in the Latino community.

First-degree murder trial now underway

Testimony from first witness receives inconsistency.

ICPL receives makeover

After two years of renovations, the Iowa City Public Library has many upgrades including new technologies, new carpeting, and enhancements to the Teen Center and Children’s Room.

UI leaders convene in D.C.

Student leaders and officials travelled to the Capitol to discuss issues important to UI students.

Iowa City searching for solution to property problem

City manager Geoff Fruin had a letter in Iowa City City Council’s information packet Thursday proposing an idea to provide a place for homeless people to store their personal belongings.

Branstad raises awareness of rural health issues

With Iowa being a largely rural state, Gov. Terry Branstad has recognized the importance of rural health with the naming of Nov. 21 as Rural Health Day 2013.

National Democratic group launches women’s rights campaign

Organizing For America, a Democratic nonprofit group, recently started their nationwide Stand With Women campaign to advocate for women’s rights.

Two administrative city positions to be filled

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