Features February 2015

Blues Brother

An Iowa alumnus saves a valuable part of American history and culture—blues music.

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Features February 2015

Blues Brother

An Iowa alumnus saves a valuable part of American history and culture—blues music.

Read more...

Features December 2014

High on the Hog

Features December 2014

The Big O

Features August 2014

Where's Herky?

Alumnus Jon Yates offers a tribute to "nature's most perfect food"—the breaded pork tenderloin sandwich.

A collaborative UI initiative confronts the complex problem of obesity, challenging stereotypes about the disease and finding solutions to one of the nation's top health threats. It's not just about the food.

In disguise! Everywhere! The popular Herky on Parade public art program returns to Iowa City.

Features December 2014

High on the Hog

Alumnus Jon Yates offers a tribute to "nature's most perfect food"—the breaded pork tenderloin sandwich.

Read more »

Features December 2014

The Big O

A collaborative UI initiative confronts the complex problem of obesity, challenging stereotypes about the disease and finding solutions to one of the nation's top health threats. It's not just about the food.

Read more »

Features August 2014

Where's Herky?

In disguise! Everywhere! The popular Herky on Parade public art program returns to Iowa City.

Read more »


Features October 2014

Living Mandela's Legacy

Two South African women used their UI education and experiences to help rebuild their country after apartheid.

Premium | Features August 2014

Doctors of the Future

The UI's new medical curriculum offers a model for the nation.

Premium | Features August 2014

Talk Back

From Ramen noodles to school spirit, UI alumni recommend must-have items for college students.


Features August 2014

The Show Goes On

Despite serious challenges in the world of opera and at the UI's own program, the show ain't over yet.

Features June 2014

Inspiration & Invention

The UI's oldest STEM outreach program nears 30 years of encouraging young inventors.

Features June 2014

The Maps of Our Lives

Across the ages, maps have helped people and societies chart their course through history. Now, technology opens up exciting new territory.