• Crowds raise Trump questions with senators

    - Feb 22, 2017
    Iowa’s U.S. senators were met with overflow crowds who pointedly questioned them about President Trump’s actions during his first month in office and other issues. Although Republican Sens. Charles Grassley and Joni Ernst held meetings Tuesday...
  • Groups work against dating violence

    - Feb 22, 2017
    Dating abuse and teen dating violence continue to increase for girls and young women aged 16-24. By Aja Witt Most would agree that everyone deserves to be in a relationship founded on mutual respect and...
  • On-campus sex assault reported

    - Feb 22, 2017
    In the interest of campus safety, the University of Iowa sent an email  Tuesday about a report of sexual assault on campus. UI officials received a report of the assault during the early hours of Feb....
  • Metro Briefs

    - Feb 22, 2017
    Throgmorton assails Trump actions During Tuesday’s Iowa City City Council meeting, Mayor Jim Throgmorton gave the State of the City Speech. The speech outlined the past year’s achievements, including the adoption of a new Strategic Plan,...
  • IC moves on giving bikes

    - Feb 22, 2017
    By Naomi Hofferber The Iowa City City Council on Tuesday brought under first consideration a resolution that would allow abandoned bicycles in the city to be donated to the homeless and low-income youth in the...
  • Group backs IC divestiture

    - Feb 22, 2017
    The Mississippi Stand Solidarity Network rallied against the Dakota Access Pipeline Tuesday night in front of City Hall. By Madeleine Neal | T he Mississippi Stand Solidarity Network on Tuesday rallied to push the Iowa...
  • Iowa out-paces Hoosiers in OT

    - Feb 22, 2017
    Once again this season, Iowa (15-13) flexed its muscles with its back against the wall, taking down Indiana (15-13), 96-90, in overtime. The Hawkeyes snapped their three-game losing streak and added a fifth-straight loss on the...
  • COGS gets an answer on benefit bargaining

    - Feb 22, 2017
    The Campaign to Organize Graduate Students finally receives a response after waiting to hear about the status of grad students’ benefits. By Jason Estrada The state Board of Regents and the Campaign to Organize Graduate...
  • Tax aid is at hand locally and in Ames

    - Feb 22, 2017
    People who may not have the resources to hire someone to do their taxes now have another option: the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program. By Emi Bendler On average, people pay $273 to hire a...
  • UI Climate project creates new path

    - Feb 22, 2017
    The Climate Narrative Project aims to inform Iowa City about climate change in a unique way.  By Charles Peckman As winter begins to loosen its grip on town, spring has begun to reveal itself. With...

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