• 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 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 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 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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