The Daily Iowan

More Nite Ride, more finals perks

KAITLIN DEWULF

May 11, 2014

Filed under News

Some studiers don’t have to worry about being stranded at the library this finals week. The University of Iowa Department of Public Safety is extending Nite Ride service hours this week in order to better serve female...

IMU work continues

CHRIS HIGGINS

May 11, 2014

Filed under News

The orange mesh fences and mud pits will be around for just another year. Flood mitigation and recovery construction at the IMU began this fall. The project will implant exterior flood protection, such as a floodwall and renovate...

Diversity policy questioned

LILY ABROMEIT

May 11, 2014

Filed under News

Henri Harper and other members of the Black Voices Project are frustrated with the Iowa City School District. With the School Board in the midst of a redistricting plan, the group is calling for better measures in addressing...

GOP changes debate rules for 2016

ALEKSANDRA VUJICIC

May 11, 2014

Filed under News

The Republican National Committee is tightening the reins for the 2016 presidential primary debates. The RNC panel approved a new debate policy that aims to bring more structure and order to the process on May 9 on an overwhelming...

Cohousing project moves ahead

DANIEL SEIDL

May 11, 2014

Filed under News

The end of planning stages for one developing Iowa City neighborhood is nearly completed. “The ‘co’ in cohousing is community,” said Iowa City cohousing board member Del Holland. “People know each...

Locals say, take a bike

IAN MURPHY

May 11, 2014

Filed under News

Johnson County might have been without a member of the Board of Supervisors if not for bicycling. “Cycling was part of my recovery,” she said. “That’s why I’m so passionate about it. Without cycli...

Hawkeyes face uncertainty

JACOB SHEYKO

May 11, 2014

Filed under Sports

During the course of Iowa baseball’s rain-soaked 4-2 loss to Illinois, there was uncertainty on whether the rain would hold off enough for Iowa to finish its final home game of the season — the game had around a thr...

Illini break out the brooms

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

May 11, 2014

Filed under Sports

There was no storybook ending for the Iowa baseball team on Senior Day, as the Hawks fell to Illinois, 4-2. In a game in which the Hawkeyes battled both the elements and the Illini, the Black and Gold dropped their third-st...

Three former Hawkeyes drafted, others sign

DANNY PAYNE

May 11, 2014

Filed under Sports

Three former Iowa football players were drafted into the NFL over the weekend, and several others signed with NFL teams. Houston selected C.J. Fiedorowicz in the third round (65th overall), Christian Kirksey went 71st overall...

DI Male Athlete of the Year: Tony Ramos

CODY GOODWIN

May 11, 2014

Filed under Sports

Iowa’s Tony Ramos is riding a bike in the Dan Gable Wrestling Complex. He’s wearing a gray sweatshirt drenched in sweat. His tooth is missing. Again. It’s a common sight to those who follow Iowa wrestling, a...

Point/Counterpoint: Who should have won Daily Iowan Male Athlete of the Year?

DI STAFF

May 11, 2014

Filed under Sports

James Morris Rosalynn Carter, the wife of former President Jimmy Carter, once said, “A leader takes people where they want to go. A great leader takes people where they don’t necessarily want to go but ought to be....

Editorial: Time to redecorate Kinnick’s pink locker room

DI EDITORIAL BOARD

May 11, 2014

Filed under Opinions

When opponents of the Iowa football team walk into their locker room on any given autumn Saturday, they are met with a tradition that is unique even by the somewhat off-kilter standards of college sports traditions. The locker...