Iowa Alumni Magazine
We invite you to explore your Iowa Alumni Magazine. We hope you like what you see.
With the exception of a few years, the UI Alumni Association has produced an alumni magazine since 1903. We work hard each day to honor our long history.
We hope we've earned your respect as a trusted friend—warm, reliable, intelligent, honest, credible, vibrant, and outspoken. Maybe even a little funny.
Like any magazine of substance, we select stories that reflect not only the intellectual, cultural, and social life of the University of Iowa but also relevant national and global issues. We aim to foster your pride and connection to your alma mater, adding value and interest to your lives through articles that challenge, uplift, and entertain.
Romance built the UI Museum of Art and love will bring it back.
Brian Ferentz takes over as offensive coordinator for Hawkeye football.
Students share the value of the UI's international campus community.
The key to good health and longevity may lurk within the tiniest units of life.
Ellinor Krieger-Coble blends art and athleticism in an unusual UI project.
A student filmmaker asks a question rarely posed to senior citizens:
Iowa Governor Terry Brandstad is appointed U.S. ambassador to China.
A celebration of the University of Iowa Alumni Association's 150 years.
Alumni and their favorite plays by William Shakespeare.
The Curtain Rises
Hancher Auditorium celebrates its renewal with a series of public events and one glorious opening night.