The Daily Iowan

UI President Mason addresses sexual assault concerns in listening post

STACEY MURRAY

February 27, 2014

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University of Iowa President Sally Mason began a campus-wide conversation about sexual assault with a story. In 1970, Mason was an undergraduate at the University of Kentucky. As she walked to class one afternoon, an individual...

Inside the NCAA infractions panel

IAN MURPHY

February 27, 2014

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Famed college-sports attorney Gene Marsh understands the difficulties of keeping college athletics in line. Marsh served 10 years on the NCAA’s top enforcement committee and later represented universities and coaches, including...

UI confident about NCAA program

CHRIS HIGGINS

February 27, 2014

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University of Iowa officials are confident they can weather an updated NCAA program that will require the university to complete something every year that used to be done every decade. The UI Presidential Committee on Athletics...

Officials warn of scams in IC

ALISON KEIM

February 27, 2014

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Picking up a ringing phone could mean risking identity theft for senior citizens in Iowa City. “When I received the call, I was not very skeptical,” said Lynn Waters, a resident of Iowa City who fell victim to a scam....

County to take out loan

CARTER CRANBERG

February 27, 2014

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Johnson County officials intend to lower the county’s overall debt and complete pending projects through an untraditional strategy. They are going to take out a loan. Johnson County Treasurer Tom Kriz approached the Board...

Second half lull, defensive lapses steer Iowa to third-straight loss

RYAN PROBASCO

February 27, 2014

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In its rescheduled match against Indiana, and for the first time since Jan. 10, 2013, the Iowa men’s basketball team dropped its third-straight game Tuesday night. Before halftime, Iowa’s offense was seemingly unstoppable...

Iowa downs Ohio State, 65-61

JACOB SHEYKO

February 27, 2014

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Coming into the Iowa women’s basketball’s matchup with Ohio State, the Hawkeyes had their sights set on finishing out the regular season strong. With their 65-61 win over Ohio State in Carver-Hawkeye Arena, they co...

Taylor’s swan song

MATT CABEL

February 27, 2014

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Theairra Taylor said on Tuesday that, while the fans were thanking her, she wanted to thank them.  “Some fan would meet me at the tunnel and say they couldn’t wait to see me back, and that motivated ...

Living up to his parents

JACK ROSSI

February 27, 2014

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His mother is a former world champion gymnast from Romania, and his dad is a gymnastics coach. Cyrus Dobre-Mofid has been around the sport all his life. Growing up was all about gymnastics, and while the redshirt sophomore is...

Softball tries to end slump in Tucson

JACK ROSSI

February 27, 2014

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The Iowa softball team is off to a rough start. Offensive production has stalled, and while the season is still young, it’s a cause for concern. The Hawkeyes will look for someone to step up this weekend when the squad heads...

Hawkeye tracksters primed for the indoor Big Ten championships

KATRINA DO AND JORDAN HANSEN

February 27, 2014

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The most important meet of indoor track season is finally here, And the Hawkeyes will spend their weekend in Geneva, Ohio, to compete in the Big Ten meet. It will begin at 9 a.m. today and continue through Saturday. The Hawkeyes...

Men’s tennis to host double-header

JORDAN BUCHER

February 27, 2014

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The Iowa men’s tennis team, now 5-2 (1-0), will return to its home courts on Friday for its second doubleheader of the season against North Dakota  and Creighton. The doubleheader will amount to the Hawkeyes’ fourth...