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Students walk and bike to and from class at the University of Iowa’s Pentacrest on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022. The University of Iowa has enrolled their third largest freshman class in history, with 4,986 students in total.

UI high enrollment numbers attributed to campus visits and program accolades

Emily Nyberg, News Reporter September 21, 2022

The University of Iowa’s enrollment is growing amid a decline in the amount of people pursuing post-secondary education in the U.S. This year, there are 1.4 million fewer students enrolled in...

An online training program created by Prof. Beth Livingston to identify potential signs of domestic abuse is seen on a laptop on Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2022.

UI professor develops online education program with Yves Saint Laurent to identify abusive relationships

Alejandro Rojas, News Reporter September 20, 2022

Beth Livingston, a University of Iowa associate professor of management and entrepreneurship, helped create an online training program released this year aimed at helping people identify intimate partner...

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UI’s new ombudsperson Chanelle Reese looks to improve student outreach

Sydney Libert, News Reporter September 19, 2022

Three months into her position, the University of Iowa’s ombudsperson Chanelle Reese is aiming to increase student awareness of the services that Office of the Ombudsperson provides.  The Office...

The Municipal Airport is seen in Iowa City on Sunday, Sept. 18, 2022.

Commercial airlines struggle with increasing flight demand, lack of pilots

Alejandro Rojas, News Reporter September 18, 2022

As a national pilot shortage sweeps across the country, Iowa’s commercial airports are also searching for more aviators. Smaller, regional airports, like the Eastern Iowa Airport in Cedar Rapids,...

Board of Regents president Michael Richard and president pro tem Sherry Bates listen at the Iowa Board of Regents meeting hosted at the University of Northern Iowa on Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022.

Regents pass $630 million appropriations request, additional $1 million to increase mental health services

Grace Katzer, News Reporter September 15, 2022

The Iowa Board of Regents unanimously passed its $630.5 million appropriations and operations request for its fiscal 2024 budget on Thursday. At the meeting, $1 million was added to the request...

Aron Aji, Director of MFA in Literary Translation at the University of Iowa poses for a portrait on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2022.

UI to establish translation and global literacy center with over $1 million

Colin Votzmeyer September 14, 2022

A new center at the University of Iowa will promote translation and global literacy across the undergraduate curriculum and overall research. The UI was granted more than $1 million to establish...

Jake Wicks listens to presentations at the Undergraduate Student Government’s meeting at the Iowa Memorial Union on Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2022.

USG, GPSG looks to increase, continue funding for Food Pantry at Iowa

Isabelle Foland and Archie Wagner September 13, 2022

The University of Iowa’s Undergraduate Student Government and the Graduate and Professional Student Government are pushing for increased funding for the university’s food pantries. The student...

The Scanlan Center for School Mental Health Clinic is located on the fourth floor of Plaza Centre One on Sept. 12, 2022.

UI Scanlan Center for School Mental Health opens for patient referrals

Jacqueline Jollay, News Reporter September 12, 2022

The University of Iowa’s Scanlan Center for School Mental Health opened its clinic for patient referrals on Sept. 6, making researchers, instructors, and clinicians available for Iowans. Located...

The Old Capitol Dome is seen on Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2022.

UI beats top universities for second spot in writing in national college rankings

Kate Perez, News Editor September 12, 2022

The University of Iowa ranked second overall in writing among all U.S. universities in U.S. News and World Report rankings, according to the 2022 list published Sunday night. The UI tied with Yale...

Regent Milt Dakovich looks at his computer at a Board of Regents meeting at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls, Iowa on Thursday, Nov. 4, 2021.

UIHC looking to increase funds for five-year capital plan, new tower

Hannah Pinski, Executive Editor September 6, 2022

The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics is requesting approval for an increase in funds for its five-year capital plan and transactions for other projects from the state Board of Regents. The...

Board of Regents President Mike Richards listens during a regents meeting in the Alumni Center at Iowa State University on April 6, 2022. The regents looked over requests and plans from the University of Northern Iowa, ISU, the Iowa school for the deaf, and the University of Iowa.

Regents to consider $630 million in state appropriations approval

Eleanor Hildebrandt, Managing Editor September 6, 2022

The state Board of Regents announced its request for state appropriations Tuesday morning in documents for its Sept. 14 and 15 meeting. The fiscal 2024 appropriations regents request totals $630.46...

President Joe Biden speaks during a visit at the POET Bioprocessing ethanol plant in Menlo, Iowa, on Tuesday, April 12, 2022.

UI graduates hopeful of new loan forgiveness plan

Colin Votzmeyer, News Reporter August 31, 2022

Jake Ryder, a University of Iowa class of 2014 graduate, won’t believe the partial cancellation of his student loans until he sees it go through himself. Ryder was a Pell Grant recipient, and...

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