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Regents Promise Tuition Predictability

Iowa’s Board of Regents -- frustrated by declining and unpredictable state support for the state universities -- is hoping to give students, future tuition predictions. In a statement during the Thursday’s regents’ meeting, Board President Mike Richards said, “at our November meeting, we intend to discuss a multi-year tuition model with a baseline percentage increase for in-state undergraduates for the next several years.” Richards said the forecast will begin with the 2019-2020 academic year...

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Heavy Rainfall A Factor In Clinton County Manure Spill

Iowa Tobacco Money Spent

Nov 23, 2008
JFK Library

Sounds from the 1960s, recorded in Washington, Greenfield and Des Moines. Forty-five years after the slaying of President John F. Kennedy, we hear the voices of several Iowans whose professional lives were touched by the assassination. Recordings courtesy of WHO Radio and private collector Bill Sherman.

Bob Dole Speaks

Nov 12, 2008

Veterans Remembered

Nov 10, 2008

McCain in Des Moines

Sep 29, 2008


Iowa Arts Showcase

Through short interviews, your host, Jacqueline Halbloom highlights the efforts and activities of non-profit arts and culture organizations throughout Iowa.

Studio One Featured Release

Featured Release This Week From Mitski + Tracks Top 30 Playlist

The Japanese-American songwriter, vocalist and musician Mitski Miyawaki self-released her first two albums while a student at the Purchase College (part of the State University of New York system) Conservatory of Music. She signed to a label for her third album, and soon began attracting critical acclaim. That acclaim has continued right up to her latest full-length, Be The Cowboy. The carefully crafted songs on the new record were all written by Mitski, and performed almost entirely by the...

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