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  • Local woman charged with theft

    - Aug 3, 2015
    Authorities have accused a Coralville woman of stealing money from a fast-food restaurant. Natalie Pittman, 43, was charged July 27 with second-degree theft. According to the Coralville police, Pittman was an employee at the Taco John’s...
  • Pentacrest elm still stands

    - Aug 3, 2015
    By Ben Marks benjamin-marks@uiowa.edu Like the proud, sole survivor of a great war, it stretches upwards toward the sky, defying the disease that wiped out thousands like it. Once, more than 3,000 American elm trees existed...
  • UI epilepsy research forges ahead

    - Aug 3, 2015
    University of Iowa’s Epilepsy Program brings together some of the best and brightest minds in the state. By Bill Cooney william-cooney@uiowa.edu Six stories above the University of Iowa Health Science Campus, one of the most common...
  • Search nears evaluations

    - Aug 3, 2015
    The UI presidential search moves closer to evaluating the candidates. Search nears evaluations By Ben Marks benjamin-marks@uiowa.edu Today is the final deadline on applications for the position of president of the University of Iowa, and so...
  • Athletics pitches big upgrades

    - Jul 29, 2015
    The Iowa Athletics Department has proposed major and extensive renovations to athletics facilities in a number of various projects it initially estimates will cost $130 million. The proposal includes plans to renovate the north stands at...
  • Teens get a look at rare comics

    - Jul 29, 2015
    Whether you’re a fan of Superman or Archie, DC or Marvel, the University of Iowa’s collection of rare comics has a story for you. Teenagers at the Iowa City Public Library, 123 S. Linn St., got...
  • Searching for love over 60

    - Jul 20, 2015
    Just because someone was born while Eisenhower was still president doesn’t mean they, too, aren’t looking for love. On July 18, a group of seniors sat down at Devotay, 117 N. Linn St., for an afternoon...
  • Pay to stay

    - Jul 16, 2015
    By Andrew Potocki A parking loophole is closing: The University of Iowa is installing new automated tellers at parking lots across campus, which will eventually run 24-hours a day and eliminate the ability to leave without...
  • Flu scrambles egg production

    - Jul 1, 2015
    The nation is in the midst of one of the deadliest avian-influenza outbreaks in recorded history, and Iowa is right at the center. “This is one of, if not the largest, avian-influenza outbreak that we’ve ever...
  • Violence awareness project wraps up Sexual Assault Activism Month

    - Apr 29, 2015
    By Lily Abromeit A brightly colored shirt shifted in the breeze on the Pentacrest, its message loud and clear. It read: “Domestic Violence, 1 in 4 … It affects us all.” Other bright short sleeves with...

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