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New app allows residents to report potholes, other troubles

The Board of Supervisors will vote next week on whether to bring the app SeeClickFix to Iowa City.

President Mason announces three-year degree

Six different majors will now be available for students to decide whether or not they would like to graduate in three years.

AIB students mull finances

Many students are planning on transferring, thus forcing them to consider tuition, fees, and scholarships.

Child poverty increases in Johnson County

The recession affected the percentage of children in poverty in Johnson County but not as much as other counties across the state.

Gym status still unknown

The status of the multi-activity court at the CRWC is still unknown after 600 gallons flooded the floor.

Metro briefs

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