Recent News

Recent News

Tab Wiggins, UI assistant director for multicultural programs, says she believes she was called to fight against the status quo. At first, she thought that meant a career in law. Then she thought she would teach high school. But as an undergraduate, she discovered her niche: working with college ...
Lena Hill, associate professor of English and African American Studies and senior associate to the president, discusses the importance of continuing the University of Iowa’s historic commitment to diversity. Hill also serves as the interim chief diversity officer and associate vice president at the...
The Chief Diversity Office outlined four priorities for the coming year at the office’s annual Update on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion on Jan. 17.
Student-led History Corps partners with tribal officials to make Native history more accessible to public Native American history is complex and requires multiple perspectives—especially the Native perspective—to tell accurately. Until recently, however, Iowa Native history was not a big part of...
To help international students feel more involved on campus, a group of students developed the Conversation Center and a class that goes with it.
The University of Iowa Veterans Association and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Student Veteran Organization are participating in their annual ruck march from Iowa City to Lincoln, Nebraska. The University of Iowa and University of Nebraska-Lincoln may be sports rivals, but they put that aside...
A 347-mile ruck march from the University of Iowa to the University of Nebraska to raise awareness for veteran suicide is rolling once again tonight.
Members of the University of Iowa Veterans Association and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Student Veteran Organization teamed up Wednesday to raise awareness for US Military Veteran Suicide. For the third year in a row, the students have coordinated a ruck march for the annual Heroes Game on...
Analisa Iole becomes first female drum major in the modern era The Hawkeye Marching Band has a storied history, and this fall, Analisa Iole became an important part of it. She didn’t just join a list of drum majors that dates back to 1886; she became the first woman since World War II to hold the ...
The University of Iowa will honor six members of the armed forces for exceptional service to their country and the Hawkeye community on Wednesday, Nov. 15. The ceremony, which starts at 5 p.m., will be emceed by Iowa State Representative and UI Alumnus Todd Prichard of Charles City, Iowa, who is a...

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