The Daily Iowan

Hancher construction halfway done

CORY PORTER

October 8, 2014

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Among cranes, hard hats, and the clambering of power tools, Susan Werner took the stage. While Hancher Auditorium won’t be complete for another two years, Werner took the chance Wednesday to stand where the stage in ...

Mason: Increase in sexual assault reports is "unacceptable"

AARON WALKER

October 8, 2014

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Despite the rise in reported sexual assaults this academic semester, University of Iowa President Sally Mason said that number doesn’t necessarily imply an increase in assaults year-over-year. “My sense is that survivors...

UI team works on brain drug

ALEKSANDRA VUJICIC

October 8, 2014

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For individuals who suffer from a traumatic brain injury or a neurodegenerative disease, it may seem like there is no hope. But one team of University of Iowa researchers may offer some optimism as they progress toward a possible...

RVAP introduces sexual-assault prevention program for bars

DANIEL VALENTIN

October 8, 2014

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As reports of sexual assault in the University of Iowa and Iowa City community to increase, local restaurant and bar owners will be tasked with participating in a new sexual assault prevention-training program. Rape Victim Advocacy...

‘We Are Phil’ kicks off next week

NICK MOFFITT

October 8, 2014

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The We Are Phil faculty and staff campaign for giving saw huge improvements in its first year. Now in its second, the campaign will try to achieve some goals early. The campaign encouraging faculty and staff at the University...

Iowa’s offense still working

CODY GOODWIN

October 8, 2014

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Ray Hamilton smiled and, if only for a brief moment, closed his eyes. Perhaps this was a manneristic sigh of relief. After answering all sorts of questions about Iowa’s quarterback situation — how the game plan affects th...

Docherty getting back in swing of things

MARIO WILLIAMS

October 8, 2014

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Last season went relatively well for then-freshman Kevin Docherty, until an Achilles injury brought his fitness level down completely. He competed in all six races last season and found his first year running at the college...

Stoughton overcomes injuries for senior year

SHELBY STITES

October 8, 2014

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Peoria, Illinois, is the largest city on the Illinois River and the oldest settlement in Illinois. It’s also the home of 120,000 people and home of Hawkeye swimmer Becky Stoughton. Stoughton entered the pool and discovered...

No-Ad, no problem for Hawkeyes

IAN MURPHY

October 8, 2014

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No-ad scoring has been in use in Intercollegiate Tennis Association events this fall, and it could be used as the scoring method in the spring, but the Iowa women’s tennis team is not worried about the change. No-ad scoring...

Big Ten announces 2016 schedule change

DI STAFF

October 8, 2014

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The Big Ten Conference announced a change in Iowa’s 2016 football schedule on Wednesday. The Hawkeyes were originally scheduled to play Rutgers on Saturday, Oct. 29 in 2016. That game has now been moved to Saturday, Sept....

Hawkeyes battle No. 12 Wisconsin to a 0-0 tie in double overtime

DI STAFF

October 8, 2014

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Two overtimes were not enough for either Iowa or No. 12 Wisconsin to find the back of the goal on Wednesday in Madison, and the game ended in a 0-0 double overtime tie. The Hawkeyes did not do much offensively after a lively...

Iowa men’s tennis to compete in Central Regionals

DI STAFF

October 8, 2014

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The Iowa men’s tennis team will compete in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Regional Tournament in Norman, Oklahoma, beginning today. Six of seven Hawkeyes on the roster will compete in the tournament, which will...