• Iowa City prepares for solar eclipse

    - Aug 21, 2017
    UI and its community help astronomy enthusiasts, old and new, prepare for the historical solar eclipse on Monday. By Sarah Watson Crayons and pencils flew everywhere Sunday as kids at the Iowa City Public Library
  • Schreier to ride bike across Midwest to aid LGBTQ centers

    - Jul 13, 2017
    University Counseling Service Director Barry Schreier will pedal across the Midwest to raise money for the LGBTQ resource centers at the UI and Purdue University. By Marissa Payne Barry Schreier will soon bike more than
  • UI Counseling heads east

    - Jul 11, 2017
    University Counseling Service will add a second main location on the East Side of campus in an effort to increase accessibility and eliminate barriers to mental-health treatment. By Marissa Payne <br />  The University of
  • Children’s Hospital ranked

    - Jun 28, 2017
    The University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital opened in February, and already, U.S. News & World Report ranks it in six specialties in its online 2017-18 Best Children’s Hospitals list. This is slightly down from
  • Students, not silence, still welcome here

    - Jun 20, 2017
    By Marissa Payne After a particularly contentious election cycle in 2016, the University of Iowa community is turning to visual aides to push for a truly inclusive campus. UI officials say they strive to foster
  • UISG leaders work to ‘bridge the gaps’

    - Jun 15, 2017
    Student government officials will spend the summer working on their initiatives, including financial literacy and transparency. By Marissa Payne Student leaders will spend the summer building bridges — metaphorical ones, of course — with the
  • A boy, a bicycle, a future

    - May 1, 2017
    UI students create a device to help a Cedar Rapids boy born without his right arm ride a bike. By Marissa Payne Next time you see a trail of flame on the sidewalks around campus,
  • Searching for haircare on campus

    - Apr 7, 2017
    By Marissa Payne Black hair matters. Brooke Kimbrough, a member of UI Student Government, is using this idea as motivation in her efforts to see ethnic haircare products lining the shelves of campus stores. There

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