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UI pays for public relations

With the recent hiring of consultant Terri Goren, the University of Iowa cemented its place as one of the biggest spenders for public relations, paying more than 3 times per student than even the largest of the Big Ten universities.


Johnson County governments meet to discuss various items

Various Johnson County government boards met Monday to discuss North Dubuque St., solar power, and the recently implemented community ID program.


Twelve members of the Midwest Region Peace Corps are riding through Iowa

The Peace Corps RAGBRAI team are sharing their personal corps stories as well as spreading awareness for the organization as they bike across the state.


CIVIC hosts the international human rights forum at the local community

Human rights forum brings together local and international activists and experts to discuss human rights violations in Iowa City.


Writers’ Workshop Grad returns with debut novel

Writers’ Workshop graduate Naomi Jackson returned to Iowa City with her debut novel The Star Side of Bird Hill.


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