Friday, August 31 to Friday, August 31

International Writing Program (IWP) Pane...

@ Iowa City Public Library

Join the community conversation over free pizza, with IWP Fall Residents Gina COLE, Chandramohan SATHYANATHAN, Kateryna BABKINA, and Eman ALYOUSUF discussing "Writing the Not-Self":
What, if any, is the writer’s responsibility toward representing the “other” accurately? What effort in understanding,... Continue reading

International Writing Program (IWP) Sham...

@ Shambaugh House

Iowa City’s best multi-lingual reading series with bagels! Voices from around the world fill historic Shambaugh House, IWP HQ.IWP Fall Residents Reading Aug.31:
Adriana BORJA ENRÍQUEZ (fiction writer, poet; Ecuador) works as a psychologist, with a focus on human rights, gender-based violence, and refugee rights. Continue reading

Student life at iowa

Simone Fernandes' work at WRAC is just beginning

October 10, 2018

Born and raised in Iowa City, Simone Fernandes knew she wanted to stay close to home for college. She had a passion for creativity, and wanted to find a way to use that in a future career. Continue Reading

4 of the best study spots in the Iowa Memorial Union

October 10, 2018

As midterms quickly approach, you may find yourself in a jam as your regular study spots are filled by other students. Don’t fret– the IMU is here for you, and it’s packing some of the best study spots.1. Continue Reading

Meet the woman behind WRAC's Womxn of Colour Network

October 10, 2018

This fall, WRAC’s Womxn of Color Network will begin its second year in operation. It is led by Jessica Padilla, who began working at the Women’s Resource & Action Center about two years ago. Padilla happens to be a Hawkeye herself. Continue Reading

A note about Responsible Action Protocol

September 9, 2018

Hello Hawkeyes! I hope you never have to figure out what to do about a fellow student who is in medical distress due to alcohol or other substance use. If you do find yourself in that position, though, you don't have to worry that doing the right thing will get... Continue Reading

Quick guide for helping students

September 9, 2018

Our offices receive many calls from faculty, staff, and graduate students for resources to support and refer students who may have concerns. The Quick Guide for Helping Students, a collaboration between Student Care & Assistance, University Counseling Service, and University of Iowa Student Government, provides information, options, and ways to... Continue Reading