By KRUI News Reporter Annalisa Donahey The University of Iowa has about 3,200 international students enrolled this academic year enrolled in either the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences or School of Business. Students come from as far away as China to the Democratic Republic of Congo. KRUI News Reporter, Annalisa Donahey, spoke with a more »
By KRUI News Reporter Emily Woodbury Below are two interviews discussing the recent hot topic of “pink slime” or textured lean beef trimmings. This type of beef is a combination of the last amounts of useable meat, it is treated with ammonia, and often is mixed with ground beef. Back in 2002, a Food Safety more »
The owner of Devotay restraurant, Kurt Michael Friese, wants bars and restaurants in Iowa to be able to take advantage of the popular trend of infusing their own liquor in house.
By KRUI News Reporters Emily Woodbury and Lauren Siebert Elliott Beenk is an engineer, entrepreneur, and an avid musician. There are few aspects of the sustainability movement with which Beenk hasn’t been involved. Currently Beenk is investigating biomass opportunities to meet 2020′s renewable energy targets as an intern at the University of Iowa Office of more »
Kenney discusses her forthcoming book, “Gender and Justice: Why Women Judges Really Matter”, and where she thinks Iowa stands in the national representation of women in the judiciary.
By KRUI News Reporter Emily Woodbury “Five of the eight major GOP candidates reject or doubt the theory of evolution as an explanation for life’s origin on Earth. Although it is not as pertinent of an issue as unemployment or taxes, where candidates stand on such a prominent scientific theory could have an effect on more »
Page creator, Matt Starns, and page Admin, Andrew Deloucas, join KRUI News to discuss the popularity and fate of the UI Memes Facebook page
KRUI News talks about youth voting habits with the “Campus Vote Project”
By KRUI Reporter Caitlin Fry Recently, the Iowa City City Council approved the second reading on the ordinance amendment that would allow red light cameras on certain Iowa City intersections with a 4-3 vote. Those in favor of the red light cameras believe it will cut down on traffic accidents and increase safety for drivers more »
Researchers at the University of Iowa have discovered higher levels of a methicillin resistant bacteria called MRSA in retail pork products in the US