Study abroad increases numbers

The number of students coming to the UI and studying overseas has increased over the last few years.

Harkin emphasizes employment protections for LGBT workers

Harkin made his push for ENDA after the Senate's historic vote on Nov. 7 has led to an uncertain future in the House.

UI promotes low-income student programs in D.C.

University of Iowa President Sally Mason met with White House officials to discuss various programs successful with low-income and first generation students.

Witnesses testify about shooting

Emotions escape as details of an alleged homicide emerge.

Burlington woman charged with robbery

Woman faces drug charge

Iowa City man charged with marijuana possession

Two subjects charged with meth possession

Chicago man charged with driving while intoxicated

Iowa City man charged after breaking glass in residence halls

Local man charged with possession

Local man charged with items to make meth

Former Daily Iowan Editor-In-Chief passes away

Earl S. Browning, former editor-in-chief of The Daily Iowan and Army Intelligence officer passed away in October at the age of 96.

FasTrac program leaves Iowa City after six years of service

After six years of working with minority and low-income students to achieve their goals, the FasTrac program of Iowa City has retired due to loss of funding.


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