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COVER STORY: Campaign student volunteers experience the thrill of democracy in action.
Maintenance crews reveal what it takes to keep our campus beautiful.
Meet the Iowa National Guard's first female combat engineer.
Two South African women used their UI education and experiences to help rebuild their country after apartheid....
At home and abroad, librarian Julie Lynch helps people and communities realize their potential with the help of public libraries....
A UI sociology class draws thought-provoking comparisons between human and animal behavior....
A Palestinian community builder is among the world's most inspiring women.
Kevin Kriegel--Guide to the Grammys
Members of 19 IOWA Clubs, responding to encouragement from the University of Iowa Alumni Association, completed various service projects during National Volunteer Month in April. These groups made positive impacts on communities throughout the country, from California to New York.