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UI lags in sexual misconduct info

NICHOLAS MOFFITT

October 27, 2014

Filed under News

When a sexual misconduct is reported off-campus, UI officials choose not to release the specific location, despite disparities in policies among the UI and its peer institutions. During this academic year, there have been eight sexual miscon...

Rettig seeking second full term

STACEY MURRAY

October 27, 2014

Filed under News

Janelle Rettig used to be a Republican. Originally hailing from the Land of Lincoln, she said both the conservative influence of her home state of Illinois and her professors pushed her political views to the right. But some...

Sales tax on the ballot to replace state funding

REBECCA MORIN

October 27, 2014

Filed under News

With a new state property tax implemented this fiscal year, Johnson County — and especially Iowa City — officials have added a sales tax to the Nov. 4 ballot in hopes of alleviating financial loss to the jurisdiction due to...

The Box Score: Field hockey maintains dominance

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

October 27, 2014

Filed under Sports

With its latest statement win over Penn State on Oct. 25, the Iowa field-hockey team has just one game left before it embarks on another run at the Big Ten Tournament championship in Ann Arbor, Michigan.  It’s familiar...

Pickert, the leader

JORDAN HANSEN

October 27, 2014

Filed under Sports

One of the captains on the Hawkeye soccer team and a key defender on its vaunted defense, Melanie Pickert has this practice off, resting and preparing for the rigors of the weekend ahead. Normally, the senior’s hands would...

Commentary: The West is wide open

CODY GOODWIN

October 27, 2014

Filed under Sports

The Big Ten West Division is wide open after another weekend of football. Things change pretty fast in college football. Very fast, actually, so it’s important to know that everything I’m about to say might not mean...

Pregame Roundtable: Talking Iowa’s remaining five games

DI STAFF

October 27, 2014

Filed under Sports

So here we are. Iowa is seven games into the season, with five more games to go. The Hawkeyes sit with a 5-2 record. This week, Iowa prepares for Northwestern, which has a 3-4 record, and like Iowa, is coming off a bye week. The...

Hawks go 1-1 for the weekend

JORDAN HANSEN

October 27, 2014

Filed under Sports

In a weekend that was crucial to the Hawkeyes’ chances of getting into the Big Ten Tournament, they responded. The first game of the weekend, a 2-1 victory over Ohio State on Oct. 24 was a good start. Senior Cloe Lacasse...

Hawkeyes to wrap up autumn season

NICK VITTORE

October 27, 2014

Filed under Sports

The Iowa Hawkeyes will play their final tournament of the autumn today and Tuesday in Dallas. Last year, the team finished tied for sixth with a score of 1,058. Steven Ihm was the low Hawkeye, finishing tied for 10th at 207 (6-under)....

Iowa volleyball stumbles in Minnesota

DI STAFF

October 27, 2014

Filed under Sports

The Iowa volleyball team traveled to Minnesota this past weekend for a match with the Golden Gophers. Iowa dropped the match in straight sets, falling to 9-12 overall, 1-9 in the Big Ten. After the Hawkeyes seemed to have found...

Hawkeyes dominate singles play at Drake

DI STAFF

October 27, 2014

Filed under Sports

The Iowa women’s tennis team finished its fall schedule at the Drake Jamboree this past weekend. The Hawkeyes had a great deal of success, finishing with a resounding 26-6 record overall while going 8-0 on the final day...

Endorsement: Elect Loebsack for 5th term

DI EDITORIAL BOARD

October 27, 2014

Filed under Opinions

As the race for Iowa’s 2nd Congressional District grows closer, it has become increasingly clear to the Daily Iowan Editorial Board that one candidate stands above the other. The incumbent and Democratic nominee Dave Loe...