• Wage gap persists at UI

    - Apr 14, 2016
    Gender pay gap at the UI results in mixed opinions from school officials. By Anis Shakirah Mohd Muslimin Despite being the first state university in America to admit men and women on an equal basis,...
  • Iowa City tries to aid Rose Oaks tenants

    - Apr 14, 2016
    Iowa City is helping the Shelter House provide housing for Rose Oaks tenants in need. By Katelyn Weisbrod After much confusion and frustration, Iowa City has provided $15,000 to assist a local charity in providing...
  • Staff Council set for change

    - Apr 14, 2016
    Executive committee members’ tenures near end, and they reflect on strides made this year. By Kendrew Panyanouvong As tenures for current members of the executive committee of the University of Iowa Staff Council are nearing...
  • County studies wage increase

    - Apr 14, 2016
    By Gage Miskimen A new committee in charge of the new local minimum-wage ordinance met to layout future plans. The Johnson County Board of Supervisors held a joint meeting with the appointed Minimum Wage Advisory...
  • Mann goes to the dog

    - Apr 14, 2016
    By Madeline Murphy Smith A four-legged student has enrolled at Mann Elementary. Sidda, a 12-year-old golden retriever, is the newest addition to Mann. She is the only certified therapy dog to make a regular appearance...
  • 12 charged with prostitution

    - Apr 14, 2016
    Twelve people have been charged with prostitution/human trafficking Tuesday as part of an on going investigation by several local and statewide law-enforcement agencies. In partnership with the Law Enforcement Intelligence Network, surveillance and undercover officers were...
  • The Daily Break (04/14/16)

    - Apr 13, 2016
    HOROSCOPES ARIES (March 21-April 19): An observation you make will encourage you to make an appealing change to your image. Your new look will give you a professional advantage and will also help to boost your...
  • UI drinking arrests seem to drop

    - Apr 13, 2016
    By Anna Onstad-Hargrave  | Despite being the No. 2 party school in the United States, alcohol arrests at the University of Iowa have decreased by 43 percent, and officials are attributing the decrease to a...
  • Dems get testy in 1st District

    - Apr 13, 2016
    By Mitch McAndrew   | Democrats Monica Vernon and Pat Murphy may have some explaining to do tonight. The two candidates, who will face off in the June 7 primary in hopes of retaking...
  • Group moves against ‘conversion’

    - Apr 13, 2016
    By Kaylyn Kluck LGBT conversion therapy practices are about to go under the scrutiny of the Iowa Board of Medicine. A petition that was brought forward by the State of Iowa Youth Advisory Council to...

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