The Daily Iowan

Downtown businesses on 21-Ordinance

REBECCA MORIN

October 30, 2013

Filed under News

The Iowa City Downtown District has experienced many changes in the past three years, including renovations, construction of high-rises, and the implementation of several highly contested ordinances. One such regulation in particular...

Officials speak on 21-ordinance

REBECCA MORIN

October 30, 2013

Filed under News

Excitement flooded the University Capitol Center meeting room as University of Iowa students donning neon-yellow shirts in support of repealing the 21-ordinance filled the room. The ordinance, which prohibits individuals under...

Biking issues discussed at final City Council candidate forum

JULIA DAVIS

October 30, 2013

Filed under News

The six candidates vying for three seats on the Iowa City City Council have participated in numerous forums over the past few weeks, and Wednesday night marked the final meeting between the contenders before the Nov. 5 election....

REACH program tuition prices questioned and defended

MEGAN DEPPE

October 30, 2013

Filed under News

A member of the state Board of Regents has called for the University of Iowa REACH program to lower its tuition, but officials from the program said it’s expensive to provide the support REACH needs. Regent Ruth Harkin...

Farmers bid farewell to market season

MEGAN SANCHEZ

October 30, 2013

Filed under News

Approximately 30 people hurried into the downtown Farmers’ Market to escape the rain as the traditional market season came to a close. In past years, vendors would be forced to go elsewhere until April, but this year’s...

Sioux City man accused of writing fraudulent check

DI STAFF

October 30, 2013

Filed under News

A Sioux City man has been accused of writing a check he did not have money to cover in order to buy a computer. Timothy Schroeder, 28, was charged Aug. 10 with second-degree theft. According to an Iowa City police complaint,...

Women’s basketball describes themselves as ‘scrappy’

MATT CABEL

October 30, 2013

Filed under Sports

There were a lot of words used to describe the Iowa women’s basketball team at its annual media day: small, young, 3-point shooters, to name a few. But that was mostly from the media members, asking question of the team....

The Box Score: Inside Hawkeye Soccer Statistics

JACOB SHEYKO

October 30, 2013

Filed under Sports

The Iowa soccer team will conclude its season Saturday, when the Hawkeyes take on Purdue at the Iowa Soccer Complex. This game will provide the Hawkeyes an opportunity to bounce back with a win headed into the Big Ten Tournament...

Iowa men’s tennis report card

JACK ROSSI

October 30, 2013

Filed under Sports

Head coach Steve Houghton and Company have played two months of nonstop tennis with tournaments just about every weekend. It is coming up on 800 days since the Hawkeyes last won a Big Ten match, and the six seniors on the team...

Ihm named Big Ten Golfer of the Week

DI STAFF

October 30, 2013

Filed under Sports

Iowa men’s golfer Steven Ihm was named the Big Ten Golfer of the Week, according to a press release. Ihm shot 6-under par at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate in Dallas on Monday and Tuesday. “Steve put together three...

Logic, Taylor named team captains

DI STAFF

October 30, 2013

Filed under Sports

Iowa women’s basketball coach Lisa Bluder announced Wednesday that senior Theairra Taylor and junior Sam Logic have been named the team captains for the 2013-14 season. “Theairra and Samantha are exceptional leaders...

Editorial: Coralville winners must address debt

DI EDITORIAL BOARD

October 30, 2013

Filed under Opinions

In a city nearly $280 million in debt, eight City Council candidates and four mayoral candidates are vying for the chance to put their visions into place. The Coralville municipal election will take place on Nov. 5, and with...