Conflicts, disasters affect study abroad

Violence, sickness, and natural disasters often make study-abroad programs complex.

University pushes for driverless-car institute

Today, the University of Iowa waits for approval of a driverless-car institute from the state Board of Regents.

Police get-body cam approval

The City Council voted to approve Body Cameras for the Iowa City police.

Narcisse promotes criminal justice reform

Gubernatorial candidate Jonathan Narcisse spoke in Coralville Tuesday night on necessary reforms in the Iowa criminal-justice system.

The year of the woman?

Iowa is one of four states that have never elected a woman to Congress.

First UI Faculty Learning Community formed on campus

The University of Iowa's Faculty Senate is promoting the implementation of Faculty Learning Communities.

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