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Local officials mull pot reform

Marijuana-law reform included in Johnson County legislative issues for 2014.


Groups gather to discuss and celebrate human rights

Groups of students and veterans gathered in the Iowa City public library to celebrate the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, as well as to promote the education of the document.


Bridges International hosts Christmas Party

Bridges International will host a Christmas Party to celebrate traditional customs during the holiday season.


The Graduate College is considering changing their funding of fellowships

Due to the results of a recent study, the Graduate College is mulling a way to reduce top recruitment fellowships.


Times changing for Chinese females

The University of Iowa campus alone hosts 2,101 Chinese students as of Fall 2013, 1,070 of them are female, according to the UI's International Student and Scholar Services.


A long journey home

International students take the month-long winter break as an opportunity to travel home.


Allamakee County activists call hydraulic fracturing "hot spot for silicosis"

University of Iowa researchers are now studying the potential health effects from the process of hydraulic fracturing.


Iowa City Schools re-evaluating MLK Day decision

The Iowa City School Board voted to have Superintendent Steve Murley look into the possibility of cancelling classes on Martin Luther King Day of 2014.


Man charged with domestic-abuse assault


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