Hawkeyes to move to new home in October

During its first bye week, the football team will move into the Richard O. Jacobson Football Operations Building.

Theater construction near completion

Theater Building construction is back on track after flooding setbacks.

UI officials release Hawk Alert

The third Hawk Alert of the year was reported Tuesday.

City Council ponder e-cigarettes

Councilors debated moving quickly on e-cigarette regulations for Iowa City.

UI officials discuss software shift

University of Iowa Faculty Council reviewed switching to a new learning management system called Unizin.

UI to welcome Korean institute

A grand opening for a Korean language institute will be held in October.

WorldCanvass partners with Filmscene

The University of Iowa's WorldCanvass, a television and radio discussion series, will be held once a month at FilmScene.

Jail program saves county thousands

This past year, Johnson County saved around $421,000 with a jail-alternative program.

UI grads apt at apps

University of Iowa graduates Blake Rupe and Ruihao Min were showcased at WorldCanvass.

Highly paid workers see bulk of wage increase, report says

According to an Iowa Policy Project report, high paid workers have received a bulk of wage increases, while lower paid workers have seen their wages remain static.

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