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Local churches see uptick in youth attendance

In order to spark interest in the younger generation, churches and Christian clubs in Iowa City are trying to be more engaging with college students through events outside of service.


Coralville CoLab expands business opportunities

A replica of the Iowa City CoLab opens its doors to Coralville businesses.


UI students prefer traditional textbooks

A general consensus from e-textbook pilot projects show UI students prefer traditional print textbooks.


Iowa City company may bring $14 million profit

The Coralville City Council intends to sell more than 100,000 square feet in land to Blue Sky Developer Inc. for $1.


UI officials, students react to Ukraine protests

University of Iowa officials and students give the input on the political unrest currently happening in the Ukraine.


City moves on senior services

The Iowa City City Council voted Tuesday to create an ad-hoc senior services committee.


Homeshooling expands in Iowa

A University of Iowa graduate student held a workshop to highlight changes to homeschooling laws.


Sticking with home for the Olympics

Some University of Iowa students chose to cheer on the U.S. during the Olympics, but most do not.


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