Iowa Magazine
Since Iowa's floods of 2008, more than 2 million museumgoers around the globe have viewed Mural, Pollock's midcentury masterpiece. Transporting the UI Stanley Museum of Art's crown jewel, however, has been nothing short of a monumental task.
Iowa's first-in-the-nation caucuses provide Hawkeyes with a rare opportunity to go face-to-face with the presidential candidates. Meet UI students and faculty who have made the most of the state's prominent role in the 2020 election.
All the UI's living presidents convened in Iowa City over homecoming for the rededication of the presidential portrait gallery at the Main Library. Here are the defining moments of their time at Iowa—and their vision for the university's future.
After getting the blessing of a member of the 1950s "Fabulous Five" Hawkeye basketball team, Patrick McCaffery pays tribute to his late friend by wearing No. 22.
The three-time NBA champion shares his path from Hawkeye star to professional basketball agent.
Kimberly Teehee (95JD), former senior policy advisor for Native American affairs under President Barack Obama, is at the forefront of a movement for the U.S. to fulfill a 200-year-old treaty to the Cherokee Nation.
A biology student awakens 4,500-year-old yeast to bake bread as in ancient Egypt.
A chart-topping producer and composer who's worked with Beyoncé and Katy Perry recently returned to campus as a College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Alumni Fellow to share his experiences with students.
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