COVER STORY: Moved by heartbreaking headlines, University of Iowa faculty and researchers join the national movement against bullying.
COVER STORY: And you thought your book club was interesting! The Iowa Bibliophiles, hosted by UI Libraries' Special Collections, get to select from 500 years of legendary works and authors.
COVER STORY: A UI expert ponders the pros and cons of a radically extended human lifespan. - See more at: http://www.iowalum.com/magazine/advancedresults.cfm#sthash.JX8RLilE.dpuf
COVER STORY: A former UI pathology professor played a little-known but major role on the day and in the aftermath of President John F. Kennedy's assassination.
COVER STORY: In response to several high-profile news cases, Iowa Alumni Magazine joins the national conversation about how society misconstrues, perpetuates, and judges sexual violence.
At the Iowa Medical and Classification Center in Oakdale, about 30 of the prison's 300 long-term inmates join with volunteers in the Oakdale Community Choir to explore the redemptive, therapeutic, and community-building possibilities inherent in music.
COVER STORY: Inspired by a young boy's courage and soaring imagination, a UI alumnus creates a film that finds love and hope during one of the darkest times in human history.
COVER STORY: Latinos have been living in and shaping the Midwest for generations, yet they rarely appear in historic accounts. University of Iowa faculty and staff are working to set the record straight..
COVER STORY: Do happiness and work even belong in the same sentence together? UI alumni and professors and some positive psychology principles offer advice on how to follow your heart, love your coworkers, and change your perspective.
COVER STORY: With the presidential election only a few weeks away, a UI computer science professor explains what can go wrong in the voting booth (hanging chads, anyone?) - and why it's crucial to democracy to get it right.